When they ask me what I am afraid of,
Poems About Living Life With Anxiety
Published: March 19, 2019
12 Anxiety Poems - Poems About Struggling With Anxiety
The struggle with anxiety can be raw, scary, and debilitating. These poems about anxiety give a glimpse into the difficult struggle.
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Poem About Fighting Through Anxiety
Dear Anxiety,Featured Shared Story
February 14, 2018 I landed myself in the hospital after I took 30 pain killers. I was in the hospital for 3 days and then I was transferred to a behavior ward with all other problem children....
Living With Anxiety
Panic, worry, darkness closing in around me.
These are some of the words I could use to describe my anxiety,
but nothing I can say could speak of its entirety,
as I cry internally thinking I've lost my sanity.Featured Shared Story
I understand completely how you feel. I can't count how many times I've been to the doctor because of anxiety and I was "fine." The only advice I can give you is that if you find something to...
Poem About Anxiety Disorder
With her head hung low
and nowhere to go,
she can't explainFeatured Shared Story
No one understands what I am suffering from. My new doctor has decided I am taking a far too dangerous drug, so he is weaning me off. I must suffer again for the length of this weaning...
Poem About Anxiety And Panic Disorder
Get dressed, love.
You're going to be late.
You look at yourself in the mirror,
The one you really hate.Featured Shared Story
Wow, this was amazing. It really touched me because I could relate to it. The fact that some people feel the need to hide their pain and cover it up really upsets me. We should be able to...
Anxiety And Depression From The Nighttime
Feelings of unrelenting sorrow and fear wash over me like a wave crashing on a shore,
Painful nostalgia for younger days and panic for the ones to come,
Reminiscing on days and feelings I can never get back,
Needing to feel close to someone to pull me back from this ledge,
Poem About How Anxiety Feels
Gets hard to breathe.
My only escape
Is when I drug myself to sleep.Featured Shared Story
I started having depression when I was only 5 through right now, but this teacher told me I am still able to make new steps, so I'm here to thank him.
It is in the dark of night
When insomnia sings me awake
To the tune of lullabies
And the rhythm of mindful blight.Featured Shared Story
I love the intimacy between the poet and these "hindrances." The relationship between nature, insomnia and anxiety around the poet at first is inviting, and calming. It isn't until daylight,...
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