Pamela has gave us a few real life experiences where people suffer from anxiety.
Take a moment to read & comment.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Reasons … -and-Worry
Great response to the word prompt, anxiety. You have covered the word so well. Escaping domestic abuse, touched me.
Very well expressed and thoughtful. Thank you for sharing.
And, thank you Brenda for sharing Pamela’s wonderful work.
I'm happy to do it.
Nice to see you enjoying the forums.
In your first poem, "Anxiety Over State Test" you tell us about a girl who suffers from anxiety as she worries about an upcoming test.
Once she passes the test...her anxiety disappears.
This definitely describes a type of anxiety many of us have felt.
In, "Anxiety Over New Job" you show us someone worrying about pursuing a new career.
His anxiety takes hold as he polishes his resume one last time.
Only to have a friend tell him about his new boss being too tough.
This sets him up for sleepless nights as he suffers with anxiety until his first day on the job.
By the way, Keith Urban is one of my favorites. Love it.!
"Escaping Domestic Abuse" is a very good piece about abuse.
In this one you show us a woman who has suffered enough. She knows it's time to stop her constant anxiety and move on.
She finds a shelter for her & the kids.
This abuse happens alot and it's difficult to leave, but one feels that constant anxiety every moment of the day.
Great writing. I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
Pamela always delivers a quality article, which we expect from the Best Overall Hubber on HP.
Bill, I know you have been the Best Overall Hubber many times, and in my mind you still are. I think my medical articles might have been responsible for this year, but it is much appreciated as are your comments.
Thank you Brenda for posting this article. Always appreciated.
You are always welcome.
Sending you hugs.
Wow! Pamela, what a wonderful response to Brenda's word prompt, Anxiety. Truly Loved it! I especially enjoyed reading "Escaping Domestic Abuse" & "Anxiety Over State Test". Super Amazing!!
Bredz, Thank you so much for sharing the link to Pamela's wonderful work
Blessings and Love to both of you!!
I love that excitement
Thank you, Brenda, for posting Pamela's article.
I think Pamela's work is amazing in that she gives good example scenarios leading to anxiety: a girl trying to pass the state test, a man trying to get over a new job interview, a woman taking her kids to a safe shelter after being too much physically abused.
All the sceanrios show how the people involved dealt with anxiety and got over it. Beautiful poetry, Pamela. Loved all of it. Thank you for sharing.
Lovely poems Pamela. The three poems cover the major scenarios of worry and anxiety one faces in life. They depict positivity in the face of anxiety. I loved them all. The poem on domestic violence is so touching. Thanks Brenda for sharing.
Thanks, Brenda, for featuring Pamela's 3 excellent examples of how people can have anxiety. Passing that final exam for a license, getting past the job interview, and suffering domestic abuse are all on display for readers of this article.
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