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Anxiety and Snap Judgements

A few weeks ago, I was dealing with some major anxiety. As someone with generalized anxiety disorder, some level of anxiety is usually present, but manageable. In some cases, the anxiety is good for me as I feel I work harder and set higher expectations of myself. But this was an entirely different type of […] The post Anxiety and Snap Judgements appeared first on Authentically Emmie.
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