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Soo I have bpd an bipolar as well as GAD and I found kind of. Road block I can't speak about the future with out having a panic attack .. like a full blown crying ,screaming  disassociating panic attack . Like I can't think of what could happen in the future I can't think of the negative outcomes of stuff an it really bothers my husband ... so I wanna know some tips on how to open more an  tolerate this types of talks  

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I'm bipolar with GAD too and *everything* makes me nervous. I can't stop feeling anxiety. I went to the pdoc and they're switching up my meds. Hope it works, maybe you should try something like that? Have you gone to see your pdoc lately? Axiety just eats away at me until I don't exist anymore, it's awful.

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Thinking about the future makes me more depressed than anxious, all I think about is negative & bleak. Like my brain just speeds to the worst case scenario (sound familiar?) At any rate, I ruminate about the future way too much and it constantly takes me away from the present moment.

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On 5/19/2017 at 10:36 AM, Alien Navel Cord said:

I'm bipolar with GAD too and *everything* makes me nervous. I can't stop feeling anxiety. I went to the pdoc and they're switching up my meds. Hope it works, maybe you should try something like that? Have you gone to see your pdoc lately? Axiety just eats away at me until I don't exist anymore, it's awful.

I haven't yet but I have an appoint in the 30th I don't remember when I see my threapist though 

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