I sit here and wonder where to begin. I feel like my life is a whirlwind of emotions, and actions, that account for my anxiety issues. I’m constantly wondering if I look okay, do I have enough money, and how I can get things done. I focus on what I’m supposed to be doing rather than actually accomplishing the task at hand. I also sit and day dream over what I will eventually (hopefully) accomplish rather than just ACCOMPLISHING IT! I am not without support; in fact, I have more support than any one person deserves. I am 25 years old, a waitress, and am in school. I constantly wonder how I will finish with great grades, and will keep my financial aid. I also worry about moving from my parent’s house, and affording a wonderful home with my husband. We both argue at times, but I know he is wonderful. I’m jealous of his abilities to understand emotional situations and react accordingly. I feel that I am on top of my emotions, then I am put into a situation with a very frustrating man and lose control. It’s not his fault, because he sees things in a different way than I do. I just feel that my control over the situation will be lost, I will lose the argument, and that aspect of my life will be thrown into the anxiety pitfall like all the others. What do I do? Who do I talk to? I know I have my husband I could go to, but I’m always worried that I will look so silly asking for help. Even when I do ask for help, I scarcely know where to begin. How do I begin a conversation I don’t want to have in the first place? What do I say to someone who I feel has more of a grasp on these issues than I do, yet I feel I need to compete with at times? I feel ridiculous most of my life.