What gives you most anxiety? by QuestionGuy July 29, 2021, 2:53 pm What gives you most anxiety? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote anxietyAskAskMeQuestion and Answer See more Previous article TIL A spite house is a building constructed to irritate neighbors, & are often strange and impractical structures because they’re not intended for habitation. Next article Which month do men jerk off the least? 39 Comments Leave a Reply Meeting new people. Log in to Reply Phone calls is up there Log in to Reply Being at a gathering where everyone knows each other but me.. Log in to Reply when I’m running late Log in to Reply future and deadlines Log in to Reply People Log in to Reply People Log in to Reply The future. Things look bleak Log in to Reply Leaving the house. (I’m agoraphobic) Log in to Reply Breathing. Log in to Reply Phonecalls for sure Log in to Reply When teacher starts calling names at random Log in to Reply My job. 🙁 Log in to Reply yelling Log in to Reply Screaming children. Almost instantly. Log in to Reply Crowded indoor places. I loved quarantine. Log in to Reply Money. The lack of it specifically Log in to Reply Forgetting things. Log in to Reply The highway. People are crazy. Log in to Reply Health issues Log in to Reply My mask claustrophobia/maskaphobia. My heart rate skyrockets whenever I have to wear one and be still and do nothing. I am fine if grocery shopping, but sitting in a doctor’s office waiting or being seen, keeps my heart beating at 100/bpm. A year and a half in, and I still can’t handle it. Log in to Reply The lack of information. I am a planner, I thrive in putting together plans, alternate courses of action, contingency plans, and what to do in an emergency. My absolute worst case is going into anything without any information at all. Log in to Reply When I plan my day and stuff and life gets in the way, I get really nervous when things don’t go as planned Log in to Reply Health issues. Someone I trusted wholeheartedly turned out to be a monster. This didn’t give me trust issues with other people, but with myself. If I had a tickle in my throat, I would jump to something more sinister like throat cancer. Heart burn was a heart attack, etc. Log in to Reply I was playing [The Forest](https://store.steampowered.com/agecheck/app/242760/) and it was nighttime in the game, and that’s the time when cannibalistic enemies started roaming around. I heard something so I crouched down, and when I turned my camera I saw an enemy standing about 10 in-game feet away from me. I froze, and it walked right _next_ to me and went past. I was actually subduing my breathing, as if I was really in the game. It’s remained untouched in my game library ever since. Log in to Reply A path to my exit being blocked. I cannot sit on the inside of a booth at a restaurant or in the middle of a crowded movie theater. I have to sit on the ends closest to an exit if possible. Log in to Reply The back seat of a car. I just can’t sit back there all strapped and trapped. Log in to Reply Inactivity. Log in to Reply Anxiety. Seriously, I get panic attacks because I get anxious. Log in to Reply Not being up to the task at work. Everything must be perfect and it’s pressuring me to work more (and I’m a freelancer). Sometimes, I feel guilty to have free time. Log in to Reply Being too busy in my job to do literally any of the things I actually want to do in life. Log in to Reply Thinking about death and the passing of time Log in to Reply Unexpected doorbell Log in to Reply Traffic. I almost had a panic attack in traffic the other day. It was a 4.5 hour road trip that ended up being over 7 hours. Log in to Reply my finances Log in to Reply Videos of people climbing to the top of buildings Log in to Reply Everything tbh, people ,shops life in general Log in to Reply More than One, Easy or hard, task at once Log in to Reply Visiting socialist relatives Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.