You can’t fire a broken arrow

but you can fix it.

“Shoot your shot” they might say. Take a risk.

My life has been riddled with severe anxiety. The kind that causes you to fear nearly everything. For me – it’s social interaction. I’m afraid of live interaction. As opposed to what? Hehe.

I’ve been offered an opportunity that I desperately want and need, but I’m struggling with my anxiety on a very intense level. Writing has been a difficult task and if I’m honest – I haven’t written very much in the past few months and it makes me feel guilty. I’ve been very active on here since recovering from my hospital stay. I’ve written on here – so I have written.

These opportunities are important for the betterment of my life. I am not sure that it is there for the betterment of me as a person.

In this situation, I must fix the broken arrow and shoot my shot.

3 responses to “You can’t fire a broken arrow”

  1. I can imagine the level of anxiety you must feel, and it must feel very paralyzing (hehe). Know that you are stronger than you might think. Take it one day — hell, one moment — at a time. You got this!

  2. I can only speak for myself and say that writing is exhausting like speaking to people. I always get so exhausted writing.

    You manage it well. You shouldn’t feel insecure for not writing, but I can see why you do. Writing can be exhausting trying to think of what to say and how to say what is meant.

    Also, take your time. I still love your content when I have the energy to read it (I’m a spoonie) and will like what you post and be happy with what you post. I have notifications on for you so I can see when you post.☺️

  3. Whenever I’m debating trying something new I ask, “what is the consequence of failure?”
    A lot of time the consequence is that I failed. Nothing more. And the benefit is I learned.
    Best of luck to you. Trying new things is always tough.

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