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‘It doesn’t really go away. You manage it.’ — Bill Hader opened up about the reality of having anxiety and how to deal with it
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Natasha Zimardi Berstein (Natosha Monego) Sep 3
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A lot of mental-health issues are due to poor nutrition, especially anxiety. The West feeds garbage diets to its people to prop up the pharmaceutical industry. Eat more fish and hummus, and stop paying their wages.
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Becks Sep 3
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Eating chocolate pop tarts for breakfast and shotgunning Hawaiian Punch has absolutely nothing to do with my bipolar disorder, Brenda.
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Christine Sep 3
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I've suffered with Anxiety/panic disorder for 15 years. Mr. Hader is right when he says dont fight the anxiety, let it be there and let it move on. The more I fought anxiety the worse it became. My life changed when I learned this so great someone is talking about it!
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Ann 🥀🍺 #MementoCon2020 Sep 3
His process reminds me of lucid dreaming. You learn to be aware you’re dreaming, and change the script. Instead of running away from the monster, you embrace it. I’ll have to try that with my claustrophobia and PTSD.
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Jules Sep 3
I learned lucid dreaming specifically to deal with PTSD dreams and made a similar connection to managing anxiety that I wish I’d made sooner - I hope it helps for you!
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Ann 🥀🍺 #MementoCon2020 Sep 3
Thanks!
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Count Istvan Sep 3
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I have Bi-Polar and Anxiety. I know which one I'd rather deal with. Anxiety consumes you. I've explained it this way. Imagine 1 million voices talking to you all at one and all of them have your voice.
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💯 #RIEHL Citizen™ 👭 #HWOW Ambassador iHWOWU Alum Sep 3
My friend said it’s like a thousand fuses connected together in parallel to 10 thousand bombs/fears and when it’s triggered all fears rise up in unison which causes the after affects we see outwardly.
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Count Istvan Sep 3
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Yep.
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webbs Sep 3
When i got my BP 2 diagnosis I started BP meds and my anxiety actually went away 100%, it was like a light switch being turned off, I don't actually take meds anymore I just learned to accept and understand what it was and that helped me win/manage the battle.
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Count Istvan Sep 3
I am glad but don't get too confident. I went almost 20 years without symptoms.
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webbs Sep 3
Oh I get symptoms lol 😂 best of luck to you.
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Nicki Snyder Sep 3
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Agreed. I might seem confident and fine most of the time, but my chest is tight, my heart is beating fast, and my cheeks feel warm. 😳 I feel anxious even doing things I've done before, especially if it's out of the norm. It's just how am. 🙃
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Family Glow Sep 3
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Tayná Sep 3
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I think this will really help me. Thank you. ❤
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ahli cake ☭ Sep 3
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Kids today are so lucky to have someone like Bill around to talk about this stuff and reduce the stigma. I felt so alone growing up. Thank you. 🙏💗
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~Brittany~ Sep 3
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Thank you for opening up to us. I’ve been struggling with anxiety since 9th grade and just hearing the same struggles you were going through let me know that I’m not the only one going through this. Thank you for your words 💙
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Lou Sep 4
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Okay I'm gonna "promote" this adorable cartoon from GOBELINS (a French art school) which was all I could think about when Bill Hader was talking about how he saw anxiety as a little monster.
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