Yeah I'm sorry I just realized I managed to put the post in the wrong place *facepalm* xD....I'm reposting it in the right forum and will ask the admins to remove this one! Sorry INTJ's :frustrating:
Damed, now we're all posting in the wrong thread ;D. Can you copy it over too so I can answer it there?OK, thanks for re-posting!
I'm not able to post links ... not enough posts yet. But you can just search for "INFJ on toxic shame" on YouTube and it will be the first video in the list.Can I see this video??
Yes, I know what that is. My main anxiety issue are panic attacks and derealization can be a symptom. I think it's actually the most disturbing one for most people. I've also learned that the only way to get through it is to accept it and not to push it away. It's pretty much like being ok with the feeling of dying any second. Not the easiest thing to do I have to say ..I experience something called derealization, which puts me into a frightening state of disconnection.
You're right. It shouldn't be normal though, at least not to this extend. Most people don't know that anxiety is the most common mental health issue (on the planet), because a lot of people are afraid to talk about it (out of shame?). At least I don't really give a F about that anymore. I'm also aware that there is a reason for all that. I had slight issues with it before but it only hit hard after my burnout. So yeah, there's a message hidden inside ... And I'm by far not the only one getting that message. But in a society were people want to pop the magic pill for everything I'm not sure it's received that often.I find that as an adult, you need to learn to cope with your own problems. We all experience some form of anxiety and depression at some point in our lives (That's a fact!). These feelings are incredibly natural and it might surprise you to hear that you are depressed for a reason! What is it in your society that is causing you to feel this way? Plenty.
That's probably the only point I have to disagree with. I guess I know where you're coming from: People being controlled by and manipulated through their emotions, to a point where they can't act rational anymore (?).Feeling is praised above thinking