7 years ago I opened up about my journey with generalized anxiety disorder, depression and PTSD. The day I was diagnosed I decided I wasn’t going to sit back and pretend it didn’t exist in my life, I decided to welcome people to join me on my journey that had been largely undetected by those around me because I was “smiley”, “highly functional”, and “normal”. Little did people realize how much pain and suffering the smile I plastered on everyday […]

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