Chuck is an educator, Young Adult Novelist, and passionate about helping people with depression and anxiety by sharing his own insights and experiences.
I woke up Sunday morning and went to see a former student of mine that always seems to ground me and makes me laugh, but also makes me think about what’s important in life, which could be as simple as taking a walk in the sun or listen to Bohemian Rhapsody and sing to the top of our lungs. It was a good start to a day that started to spiral into something dark. That something was my mind.
A couple of hours later I started to have a panic attack. I immediately started to process why this was happening. I started thinking maybe it was from not sleeping well for a few weeks, or perhaps the double dose of flonase that I started to take for my allergies. I was trying to find a reason, but one never truly knows with panic. It’s a sneaky little bastard that likes…
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