What’s the difference between anxiety and depression? Tumblr Tuesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

What’s the difference between anxiety and depression? Tumblr Tuesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. Happy Tuesday. And I know, I’m back in my
original digs here. With my newspaper wall. Brrt. And many of you ask about that. And I got that at CB2 years and years, Many moons ago. And I had to wait forever. Because it’s back board. And it’s made by hand. Which is kind of cool. Anyway, so that’s what that is. And it’s all recycled newspaper. You are correct, For those of you who guessed that. Okay, So since it’s Tuesday. I’m on tumblr. And many of you asked your questions. And I also have a journal
topic from anonymous. So many of you on tumblr are anonymous. And someone asked today, ‘Do I really care if people
are anonymous, or.’ I don’t really care. But if you do ask a question
with your name showing, Whatever name you have on tumblr. I don’t answer those publicly. I answer them privately. So for many of you, When you’re like, ‘But you only answered like five.’ That’s because I probably
answered like twenty, That were all to somebody else and
you don’t get to see those. Because they don’t come up on my wall. So that is that. Okay. Lets get going. Because we have some really
interesting questions today. And I think that it will
be really helpful. So lets get going. First one, ‘Hey Kati, if someone has panic attacks,’ ‘Does that mean that they
have an anxiety disorder?’ ‘Also, if someone has
an anxiety disorder,’ ‘Does that mean that they
experience panic attacks?’ ‘Do the two go hand in hand?’ This was a great question. And very interesting. And I have a video on, I think it’s actually called, ‘Panic attacks.’ Maybe, ‘Anxiety disorders’. Something like that. But, this was something that
I had to drill into my brain, Bzz. Over and over and over and over. When I was studying for my licensing exam. Because it’s very confusing. But the way that is works, Is that you can not be
diagnosed with a ‘panic attack’. That is not a thing. That is a part of an anxiety disorder. Okay. So I’m going to say that one more time. Panic attacks are not a diagnosis. An anxiety disorder is. So if you have panic attacks. That does mean that you
have an Anxiety Disorder. However, The reverse does not hold true. So just because you
have an anxiety disorder, Does not mean that you
experience panic attacks. Everyone is different. But think of panic attacks as kind of
a symptom of an anxiety disorder. And some people have them. And some people don’t. But you can’t have them
without an anxiety disorder. I hope that’s clear. That’s why I said I had to drill it
into my brain over and over. But, that is how it works. And the two do go hand in hand. Many people experience both. But that doesn’t mean, you know, They’re not, It works one way,
not the other way. Okay. I don’t want to talk any more about
it because I might confuse you. And confuse myself. Okay. Question number two, ‘#KatiFAQ who determines whether
someone has suffered emotional abuse?’ I have had many questions about this. ‘Is it fair for a person to say that their
parents emotionally abused them as a child.’ ‘Or do they need to see a therapist
to have them confirm that?’ Now, I want to talk about this, Because, first of all, If you feel you are
being emotionally abused, You can say ‘I have been
emotionally abused.’ That’s your experience. That’s your truth. Speak it how you want to speak it. However, When it comes to therapists. We’re going to ask a lot of questions and
we’re going to want to know more about it. And how old you are. And all of that stuff. Because some things are reportable. Emotional abuse can be reportable. For children. For adults. It’s children, elderly,
and dependant adults. Those are the people that
are protected with therapists. We have to protect them. I’m assuming it’s all over the world. But I know in the states as a whole, There are all sorts of
different laws in place, So that when we find out
something like this is happening, We have to report it. We are compelled by the law. We can actually go to jail,
be fined, etc, if we don’t. So that just gives you a
little idea about that. But if you feel you have, You don’t need someone to diagnose you. This isn’t really a diagnosis. This is something that
has happened to you. That you’re feeling. So yeah, So if you think that’s happened, Then it most likely did. Okay. Question number three, ‘What are the biggest differences
between depression and anxiety?’ ‘And how can you tell
the severity of depression,’ ‘If the client has tendencies to hide what
they are feeling under a mask?’ Now, the first, I’ll answer the first portion. Because the second is,
it’s a very different thing. So the biggest differences
between depression and anxiety, Because, as many of you know, And I may have said this before, They are so inextricably linked. We have, And my friend Jamie would be so proud, Because we’re learning
the trim model of anxiety. But, we have resilient zone. Right. So there’s this part of our
life where we are like, ‘Things are so good. And I actually feel
like myself. And oh my goodness.’ And then above it, Is our anxiety. When we come out of that zone, And we’re like, ‘Oh my god, I’m freaking out.
I don’t know what.’ ‘Oh, what if that test doesn’t go well.’ ‘What if that person doesn’t like me.’ That’s above it. And below it, Is depression. Where it’s like, ‘Huhh, I just can’t be bothered.’ ‘I don’t want to do anything. It’s
just all going to be terrible.’ And from the comments that I made, There in lies the biggest differences
between anxiety and depression. Anxiety being the worry of what’s to come. The fret of the future. We worry about everything. We have anxiety about what’s
happening a minute from now. A week from now. A month from now. Five hundred years from now. We stress and worry. Depression doesn’t so much
worry about the future, As assume that they already
know what’s going to happen. It’s already going to
be shitty, why go out. I know it’s going to happen. It’s going to be bad. So you can kind of see the difference. I’m just going to keep it at that. There is a lot more to it, obviously. For those of you who are like, ‘But there is, I feel more.’ That’s true. There is a lot more to
depression and anxiety. But in my mind, That’s how I kind of separate them. Okay. And leave your comments below. If you have other things that
you think and believe, I’m always open to the feedback. Okay, Now the second question she said is, ‘And how can you tell the
severity of depression,’ ‘If the client has tendencies to hide what
they are feeling under a mask?’ To be truthful, That’s kind of the, I don’t know. The art of a therapist. Now we can also give them
kind of questionnaires. And have you fill out things. Which many therapists do periodically. Have you fill out like a
‘Beck Depression Scale’. Or a ‘Beck Anxiety Scale’. Or any number of scales that we have. And that we’re trained to give. So we can do that. And that can help figure out what’s
actually going on in your noggin, Even if you’re not really expressing it. But also that’s, Then there’s the art. There’s the dance of therapy. There’s me asking you questions that
make you a little uncomfortable, But I’m like, ‘I know it’s in there. What are you
feeling. Tell me more. Blah blah blah.’ And from the way that you respond, Even if it’s all hidden. You don’t really want to, you
don’t want to show it. And ahh. I will still gauge what’s going on. And I will still feel where you’re at. And that’s part of my artistic
talent as a therapist. And every therapist is different. But that’s just how I can tell
how my clients are doing. And how severe the depression is. And often times I have check in
questions that they know, That we’ve worked on together. Like, ‘Are you going to hurt yourself today?’ ‘Do you have a plan for that?’ ‘Are you still afraid of death?’ Or, you know, There would be questions I
might ask about the severity, To know if they are suicidal or not. Because that’s usually my number
one concern when they are, If they are leaving and I know
they are having a hard time. I want to make sure they are
safe until our next session. So there’s just a couple of options
and ideas about what I do. Okay. Now journal topic from anonymous. Is a really cool quote. And it goes. ‘Very few things matter. And
nothing matters very much.’ It’s by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Who is a wonderful writer. And I really enjoy his books. And The Great Gatsby was one of his books. And I loved it. This reminds me of the book that, I don’t even know where I saw this, But it was like, ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff.’ ‘And it’s all the small stuff.’ And this kind of reminds me of it. Because even right now, I’m just back from holiday. And I’m not going to ramble too long. I don’t want you to have to
listen to me for too long. But I just got back from holiday. And I just feel like I was
thrown into a wind storm, I’m like, ‘Oh my god, there’s so much shit to do.’ ‘And so many papers to file.’ ‘This person needs that.’ ‘Got to mail this.’ ‘I need to fax that.’ ‘I need to blah blah blah blah.’ And I’m like, I’m all over the place. Like a crazy person. Like sweating. Even though it’s like 60 degrees out. Because I’m like max, you know. But nothing really matters. And every day goes by. And I get more accomplished. And this actually wasn’t as big of a
deal as I thought it was going to be. And there’s no real need
for me to stress about it. And I really like this, Because very few things matter. You know what really matters? Family. Friends. Those who love and care for you. And those who you love and care about. Spending time with them. That’s what matters. And all of those other little things, They don’t really matter very much. I really like that. So write about what it means to you. That’s what it means to me. Okay. I love you all. Tomorrow I will be on the
website and youtube. So ask your questions below today’s video. As well as at katimorton.com And I will see you then. Bye! Subtitles by the Amara.org community



  • witchgroup

    Oh gosh, i suffer principaly from anxiety. Well it will be raser to search for help

  • Mina BNK

    Kati can we have depression and anxiety at the same time?

  • skylarrf

    I have a question, can you have both depression and anxiety at the same time? I have very bad feelings of anxiety, which lead to panic attacks and just a feeling of constant worry, but at the same time I don't feel the need to prepare for anything. It feels like I don't care about anything enough to change it but at the same time I care so much. I guess that it's just the feeling that as much as I worry about this or that, it still doesn't matter enough to me to change it. It even includes homework and that kind of thing, so it's really affecting my everyday life, and I get completely stressed out about it to the point of panic attacks but still don't have the drive to follow through with what I'm so worried about. Do you know what that means? Thank you. Much love xx

  • Celaztian R Corera

    Thanks Kati i finished my exam and you helped me with all your videos Thanks again dear

  • bdgsharris

    the past year or so i have struggled with depression and anxiety…and dealing both is not fun. An example of what its like for me is I start thinking about all the house work and things i have to do for the kids. I get anxious about will i be able to do it all, what if i cant do it all, what if i mess up or forget something. Then the depressed me comes in and is like you know what i dont see why i should attempt anything because i know i will not be able to get it all done and i will forget and im tired and just wanna stay in bed. Then I have this battle in my head which feeds the anxiety and on top of all of that i start talking negative to myself…You should be able to handle this stuff, Get off your butt, you are being a bad wife and mom,….its very overwhelming and I have started seeing a therapist recently along with watching your, Kati's, videos. I have to work on me so i can give more of me to my family and be there for myself. Thank you for these videos Kati!

  • Chirag Jain

    help plz

  • TheAlexxxherrera

    Curious I ask, what's the diff twixt lazy n depressed? Thx

  • abo 666

    what happened if u go to crizy hospital mor then 3 taim ?????????please answer

  • Tristan Morrow

    +Kati Morton (Mental Health Vlogger)
    …you mention something, the "trim model of anxiety" and it sounds really interesting, but I couldn't find any other videos or articles on it—maybe I didn't hear right? Anyway now I'm curious and can't let it rest!
    And Kati, thanks for the awesome insight about the difference between anxiety and depression! Super helpful!!!

  • Ryan chow

    hi kati. i was diagnosed with panic anxiety disorder with agoraphobia 2 years ago. i was on medication from 2 years. i started seroxat 20mg and xanax .5 2 times a day. now my seroxat was set to 12.5 in the morning and 25mg at night and my xanax 1mg in morning and 1mg at night. i became dependent with xanax and i cant leave my room without it. im from abu dhabi and wud like to know if are there any alternative medcne or therapy i can try. i feel that im not getting well. thank u

  • Jeannette N. Whalen

    great video. thank you.

  • shalyn lewis

    Ok so I feel like I have anxiety because I do worry about a lot of stuff and how it's going to go and what's going to happen and once it comes I then screw it up and I when I look back on it makes me want to cry and when I kind of start crying I get really hot and then I can't breathe right and then I want to stay away from people. So can you please help me with like some advice on what I have or I'm having trouble with because I really don't know.

  • Kathryn94

    'The mask' thing, GREAT question !!

  • monika ridenchock

    I think the best cure for anyone suffering from these disorders is to identify the root cause of why they developed the condition, then try to look at it in a different way. this worked for me. not sure if it will for anyone else. I just have a better understanding now of cause and effect and in learning this I was able to forgive those who did me wrong. the next step is using those experiences to help others that have been there. but before any of that one should definitely learn the basic principles of how the conscious and subconscious mind works. figure all these things out and your cured.
    you do not have to be a victim of your past. rather use your past to claim victory over your future.
    this is all easier said than done because you have to be driven and determined to learn as much as possible which can be hard for some.
    I somehow figured out how to flip the anxiety card and use it to my benefit to drive me to learn and create more. but have no more of the negative effects. instead of overly stressing about problems I get overly excited over solutions and goals. ever notice how when you have extreme anxiety over an outcome and the outcome usually happens more often than not. when you learn to flip the card the same thing happens only in the beneficial way. I know my thoughts are scattered here but I hope it helps some people.

  • Kira Ragged

    I sort of feel like I have depression (or look like i have depression) because I have anxiety. I'm tense and afraid all the time that everything and everyone is out to hurt me and I can never relax and let my guard down. But the fear makes me feel helpless and I don't like feeling helpless so I get angry at the world for trying to hurt me and I tend to shut myself down out of anger… sort of like "to hell with this! I'm not doing this anymore I quit!". Being treated for depression has never really helped me get away from the anger and the fear, in fact a lot of antidepressants make me so irritable at everyone and everything that I'm impossible to be around. I want to talk to my doctor about treating me for anxiety rather than depression but I'm worried that they're gonna treat me like I'm drug seeking. 

  • jas dodd

    what if you have depression and anxiety?

  • pupec i dziubek

    Is there any chance of taking control over myself without any meds ? I for sure got anxiety

  • Guraase Xaaji

    Is there a term for anxiety that is all about developing depression to the point of suicidal even though you are not depressed or suicidal?

  • Geeky Girl

    then ig i do have a anxiety disorder since i been having panic attacks since i was 16 most of the time they last hrs once it was 3 days, once it was 2 days & sometimes its minutes but the majority of the time they last an hr to round 5

  • Coral Bean

    This was super helpful! I've had a hard time seeing how anxiety disorder and panic disorder meet and how they're different and how panic attacks affect both

  • mosthated _redhead

    Can you have anxiety and depression?


    I feel I've always had social anxiety but on Tuesday I had my first panic attack now I've both 🙄

  • dictiosaurus

    Don't Sweat the Small Stuff and It's All Small Stuff is a book by Richard Carlson, Ms Morton 🙂 Love your videos! 🙂

  • Jean-Luc La Rue

    In a way anxiety is like being really stressed out and depression is like being really sad. I know this is an oversimplification and there's a lot more to it, but that's a very basic and simple description of the difference in my mind.

  • Elley Henderson

    im very suicidal. i have been for the past month or so. I wouldve metaphorically pulled the trigger a while ago but it wasnt realistic in my circumstances. i know if i got help i would be easily diagnosed with depression (In fact instead of a few, i fit ALL the criteria for it) but if i were perscribed antidepressants i would definitely try and OD on them. But because im so suicidal i REALLY want the pills so i can finally do it… idk what to do.

  • ellie sennhenn

    What is emotional abuse?

  • Clay E Albers

    Hi Kati I am Clay I have bipolar and a lot of anxiety. I am junior at Temple University studying Therapeutic Recreation. I last year off school because Mental Problems I went back school in fall of 2016. In my 2 physiology class got A's so far and in Statistics I got C so far I very proud grade. this week is finals week so I am overwhelming with the anxiety and stress that finals bring on. I haven't saw Joe my therapist for 3weeks but I seeing him tonight so that will good for me. I am optimistic proactive solve the problem of overwhelming anxiety and stress. I going try yoga next see that help my overwhelming anxiety. Is there any I can do about overwhelming anxiety and stress.


    Well I've been diagnosed with Anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder at a very young age and Kati is right about this topic, however my type deals with the fear of being around crowds of people you don't either know or trust. Bipolarizm is not being able to cope withyour depression symptoms and high stressed boughts of anxiety due to chemical imbalances in the brain, this causes me to feel all emotions angry, sad unshure exetera including guilt and nausia. Well I've learned to accept these problems over the decades and no need for a doctors appointment or opinion about me! Hope others like me are able to cope with this as well, thanks.

  • undertheboardwalk

    I think about killing myself nearly every day, and also, I'm constantly inundated with racing thoughts… they never stop… NEVER. With every action or task every day my mind takes over and I have to do it again and again so I can pick up where I left off just to complete the original task. Can you please help me by leading me in the correct direction that I need to go?

  • jessesgirl1990

    what's the most efficient way to ask you a question?

  • Vanity Rae

    the things that matter are family & friends and spending time with them.

    I have no family or no friends. none at all. both my parents are dead. no siblings. no aunt, uncles, cousins. I have zero friends. I'm homeless, I stay in a motel. I have zero human interaction until I go to work. I don't speak all day long bcuz I have no one to talk to. I cry by myself daily. I'm so alone. I'm so sad. I sleep alone, I eat alone, I cry alone. it's so damn hard being on my own. I hate it. I had a bf, but he moved to alaska & I'm in Florida. we don't talk anymore. he doesn't even like me. I have no one. this isn't living. this is misery. this isn't what I thought life was gonna be. the struggle is real. I struggle everyday. I don't know what to do or how to change it? I have no car, no home, no friends, no family, nothing or no one. I hate it. it really sux. I have no purpose. why wake up everyday? to go to work to pay for another lonely night in this shitty motel room. I just wish I had help. I wish I had a friend. I wish I had someone who loves me. I wish I had anyone that could help me, give me a shoulder to cry on, guidance , direction, a home, a hug, anything. I'm 33yrs old. this has been my life for over 3 years now. and I don't know how to change it? I'm scared, sad & lonely everyday.

  • alo

    What a cruel cosmic being to create someone that experience worry to an unhealthy extent but also simultaneously not give a damn.

  • Person

    That last bit with you talking about the quote really got to me, some tears welled up but happy ones.

  • LeeshUnleashed

    Can I watch one of your videos without crying? I really need to get back in therapy.

  • jusrayne

    OMG so recently my friend was telling me I have anxiety but I've been thinking I have anxiety for a long time but she never told me if you worry slot thats a sign of anxiety I literally was thinking yesterday I wonder if wiring is a link to anxiety.. because I'm always like am I going to get this job am I going to get this new place are if my boyfriend I don't here from him over 6 hours o shit are we broke up I know now it's all part of anxiety.. I was telling my friend I don't feel depressed like I just want to lay in bed I like watching movies laughing going outside but I do cut off a lot of people just because I'm not wanting them to know I'm worried so ..she told me depression in anxiety are linked but I truly don't feel that way I've seen people depressed and I'm the one trying to cheer them up what I think is link with anxiety is stress because you worried so much you stress your body

  • jusrayne

    my mother had all these problems accruing with her body at 18 years old she kept going to the doctors but they kept telling her she was a hypocondriact years later at 23 they said she had a autoimmune disease and they called it lupus this was back in 1977 they only started making lupus main stream about 1989 my mother passed at 45 in 2001

  • mary sue

    That makes sense. I have GAD but i dont think ive ever had a panic attack.

  • Crytpid Rat

    can you have both anxiety and depression?

  • ScienceVocalsMusic

    I wish you were my therapist 🙁

  • Blank

    I thought the background was a hallucination oml scared me

  • Perfumaphilia

    I have both, and have recently experienced one of the most dramatic, demonstrative shifts in personality when I started a new job. The new job triggered a surge in my anxiety for a few weeks where I literally couldn't relax about anything. When I finally slowed down for the two days I had off for Christmas, I kind of crashed, and have been in a depressive state ever since.

  • *Maisy Savage

    The thin line between genius and insanity😂

  • Trever P

    I struggle sometimes to figure out what causes my social anxiety basically when I talk to anyone I just have nothing to say and start to get anxiety and time feels slow and I don’t know what to do so I become distant and scatter brained. This has affected all of my relationships, Family and the friends I still talk to because I stopped hanging out with them due to having extreme anxiety whenever someone would want to hang out or do something. I could only hang with people for like a couple hours and would get a ton of crap for it. I think it’s due to depression and feeling low energy. I find myself thinking of stuff to say and it coming out fake. I always have to find stuff to say because stuff doesn’t come to me

  • Evert Björklund

    Hi i have anxyety/panicattaks for meny yers and am so tired and dont think that is fun to live can ect help me i cant Coop anaymor and craing. I am a women

  • rorolilred

    I'm confused by the first question – I thought people with ptsd could experience panic attacks when they're reminded of their trauma, so does that mean they have an anxiety disorder as well?

  • Vanessa Lopez

    I have a question: what about burn out? How different is it from anxiety or depression? Or relapses? Symptoms seem very similar.

  • Nicole Queirolo

    Not every one with arms have broken arms but you cant have a broken arm with out an arm.

  • The Wacko Green Alien 1212

    I feel like with anxiety and depression especially when your at a low poing depression is the "Whats the point trying to carry on, just top yourself" voice and then anxiety is like "Yeh but what if we actually die? What happens to me what happens to mam and dad" ect

  • Snickercole

    I have both generalized anxiety and major depression, and OCD on top of it.

    I try to explain that having both of them like a paradox in my head. I worry that my fears will come true because I'm trash (in my head at least), which makes me expect the worst to happen although I'm still terrified of the impending doom and want to stop it. I know that even trying my best isn't good enough but I still worry about things I can't control.

  • Niamh Bowden

    I love how this is one of your more viewed videos

  • ArthurKirklandBritannia

    I have had a few panic attacks in my life. But I don't have an anxiety disorder. My girlfriend has an anxiety disorder, and she has anxiety attacks. They seem to be very, very different. It seems like my panic attacks are a reaction to a situation, and her anxiety attacks are when her anxiety gets the best of her, whether there was an external happening or not. Even what we experience is different. I burst into tears and have problems breathing, while she's very still and her breathing judders and when she does cry it's silent and her body kind of spasms.
    So what the heck is going on here?????

  • Soumen Das

    Haha, I love you too, Katy. You've been very helpful in the past month, specially for my exams! Thank you. God bless you!

  • Erin McQuade

    Don’t normal ppl have panic attacks sometimes in there life when you don’t have an anxiety disorder?

  • Lori Siccia

    Is it possible to feel both

  • Abby Rose

    Anxiety involves paranoia that leads to the worst symptoms ever. I get random symptoms all the time and it feels like I’m having a heart attack. Stuff like not getting a full 10 hours of sleep will make me have severe anxiety the whole day.

  • therabbithat

    that's crazy, loads of people who aren't generally anxious get panic attacks in extreme or phobic situations, that's an anxiety disorder?

  • Frank van Heerden

    What if I'm not scared of death rather looking forward to it because of how things are going? Although with my medication I'm not suicidal anymore

  • Raquel Almeida

    i saw on the internet some time ago that simply described each one. when you're with anxiety, evERYTHING is happening while when you're having a depressive episode nothing happens, your mind just stops being worried.

  • little flower

    since i was in second grade, i have had severe panic attacks about very insignificant or far-fetched things that most people wouldn't even think to worry about.

  • Jaded Sweetness

    I never stay long in the middle part. I go from anxiety to depression really quickly.

  • Sherry Roberts

    Very interesting, I went to the hospital a couple of years ago and was diagnosed with a panic attack. Which was also not the case. I have fibromyalgia and was having an side effect from a medicine. The first thing I was asked when I first arrived at the ER was and I quote “would you like to visit our mental health facility”. Yes I was highly ticked off and offended. I hadn’t even seen anyone yet.

  • Rocío

    Something happened recently that never happened to me: feeling like nothing was worth it, that whatever I did, nothing was going to change; that what I thought of the meaning of the world was real and that all the people around me who were seeing it with a better face, were wrong. Every time I thought of something good trying to make sense of going to school, to enjoy a movie or to feel good in the day in general, this thought came to me saying "what for?". I felt like that for two or three days and it was awful, I thought I was never going to feel ok again, I thought I had depression. It wasn't common for me because I have anxiety and I'm always wanting to try and find a sense of all and this feeling was much different. I still had that in my mind, but I gathered strength to make it disappear.

  • Tialisa Chapman

    i have both ,lol the 500 years, i have woken from sleep with that one. OMG the ketamine ads,, that stuff shiver made things soo much worse & they were using it as an anesthesia on me.

  • Pixiedust

    I have a question: can you be feeling better and still have thoughts of suicide. I am starting to feel better than a week ago? Thanks! #katifaq

  • Ella Chamberlain

    It’s sad that mental health is not talked about enough to the extent where people don’t know what some of the most common issues are 🙁

  • Sofía Vélez

    "Don't sweat the small stuff… And it's all small stuff" is a great book by Richard Carlson

  • Claire Della Penna

    can someone help me out? I’m on the anxiety side, does this sound like anxiety to anyone reading this?
    i feel like i come off as a cold person, no matter how hard i try it’s hard for me to be seen as friendly and warm and charismatic.
    i stutter whenever speaking to people my age or even older than me, every time i meet someone new they never get close to me, as if it’s almost impossible to become friends with me, my tone of voice is COMPLETELY different when speaking to anyone other than my parents, is this an anxiety thing? shyness? or and personality disorder? someone help

  • malibu stacey

    Sorry Guys but would you never trust a 'therapist' who sells merch on YT? That's so sick… and she her eyes she seems very unstable, keeping loads of anger in herself…

  • Ashley ASHLEYM

    But I don't really have much anxiety at all but I do have panic attacks. I'm one of the least anxious people I know in a lot of situations. And the panic attacks when I first got them were debilitating but now since my first episode was over a year ago they're not debilitating at all and I do get anxiety over the panic attack but once I've gone long enough without I have no anxiety at all to where my level of lack of anxiety is actually a bit dangerous. I think the textbook is wrong there in saying panic attacks always occupancy an anxiety disorder, sure most of the time they do, but it can't always be the case of I have panic attacks but no anxiety disorder.

  • Illien Galene

    Is having Depression and Anxiety at the same time possible?

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