Here is a link to Brenda's excellent response "anxiety."
You did a wonderful job with these poems, Brenda.
Thank you, John, for posting Brenda's work based on her own prompt.
Brenda, I loved all your poetry. They describe the feelings a person goes through having anxiety. Very pragmatic scenarios. But as Paulo Coelho says, we shouldn't let anxiety control us.
Impressive work indeed. Thank you for your contribution.
Thank you so much for posting this one.
I'm glad you like my work on this prompt.
Excellent response to the word prompt, anxiety.
Brenda, I enjoyed all your poems. It would be wrong to say, that I don't have anxieties. But, certainly less than what I used to have in my younger days. Perhaps, as we age, we learn to deal with it.
It was a great read. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you John, for sharing this post.
I enjoyed reading Brenda's beautiful poems in response to the word prompt, 'Anxiety'. Thanks a lot, John, for sharing the link to Brenda's article.
Bredz, I loved all your poems, and quotes. The video is also very nice. Thank you so much for creating this wonderful hub
Sending so many Blessings to both of you!!
Don't panic & get an anxiety attack on top of your asthma.
Take care & feel better soon.
Thank you so much, Bredz. Feeling better today. I stayed in hospital last night due to low oxygen level. It dropped down to 87 -88 now it's better but still low. Hope I will be well very soon.
Love and Blessings to you!
I'm glad to know you went to the hospital and let them watch over you.
Please just take it easy.
That oxygen level is a bear to fight.
I struggle with mine daily.
I ended up not feeling well yesterday, but me & my stubbornness stayed home in bed.
Please, Bredz, take good care of yourself. I'm thinking about you. A low oxygen level is no joke. It's scary. Mine isn't quite good and stable yet. I'm trying to rest properly.
I believe that it is due to the change in weather. However, it worsened yesterday after eating peanuts, I guess.
You are in my prayers.
Please take good care of yourself and stay healthy.
Lots of Blessings and Love!
Thank you for posting this Jodah. Great take on anxiety Brenda, Anxiety is my enemy and when my days pass with no problems it is the best, So I think positively and I keep working and if anxiety creeps up I attempt to turn my back and ignore it best I can until the grip lessens and I can feel good about myself again,
I hate to hear you deal with anxiety; but it also relieves me a little bit
I've been worried lately that I might be dealing with its ugly head also.
Not certain yet, the doctors are running other tests...but I do have alot on my plate.
Fortunately, writing seems to help keep me on track.
So here lately I've had a few health issues.
When I start not feeling well, I seem to panic ~ which makes my symptoms worse.
Is this anxiety? Or just a panic attack.?
Brenda's poems about anxiety were all notable. Thanks for sharing her work with us, John.
by John Hansen 12 months ago
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by Rosina S Khan 12 months ago
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