Post # 1
Hey..I’m new on here. To make a long story short, I’m 45, have never been married, and have been dating a guy for 17 months. I am on medication for inherited depression, and I also have Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I just don’t think I’m with the right guy. I post frequently on http://www.conscioustransitions.com. It’s a site specifically for people who are anxious abut their boyfriend, fiance, etc. They just keep saying it’s anxiety that I’m feeling, blah, blah, but I don’t think so. My gut has never been wrong. I just haven’t been happy much since this relationship began. Please advise!!! Thanks.
Post # 3
I think you know the answer already. If you are not happy and you are joining sites just to discuss how your guy doesn’t feel right then you already know he is not the one for you.
On a side note, I am newly diagnosed GAD. It’s stressful being us, isn’t it!
Post # 4
I agree with the PP, you already know the answer. I experience anxiety quite a bit and it is often hard to distinguish between anxiety and gut feeling.
you should try to identify on paper the pros and cons about this man, what you like and dont like and highlight the ones that are worries or causes of anxiety. Seeing it in front of you may help you see what you are thinking easier. it may just back up what you are feeling in your gut already, or it may make you see that he is a guy worth giving more thoughts.
good luck honey 😉
Post # 5
@josie2013: You have posted 4 boards about the same thing in the last 24 hours. If you need to edit something, feel free but do it under one otherwise it looks like you are simply attention seeking
Post # 6
@SmthngBlu8: My apologies. I’m very new on this site and am still getting the hang of it. I can assure you that the last thing I’m doing is attention seeking. As a middle school teacher for the past 21 years, I get enough drama from my students. I certainly don’t want more.
Post # 7
@josie2013: No worries, that’s why I wanted to point it out to you….in case you were new and still trying to figure this site out. You have to watch attention seekers here who make-up stories and drama for their own entertainment. Happy to hear you aren’t one of them. And kudos to you for dealing with middle schoolers