• Nik
    Answered by Nik
    ears ago

    i think i can change over time there was a point when my highs were so much higher but lows so much lower than "normals" but now i dont seem to feel much at all other than when the anxiety hits.
    the only real thing i have felt i a while was when we lost our cat a few weeks back and that did hit me

  • Asho_DirtyPoo
    Answered by Asho_DirtyPoo
    ears ago

    Ahh, good point, Nik. It certainly can be full spectrum from super intense to completely numb. I'm usually super intense, though, personally.

  • ProgressNotPerfection
    Answered by ProgressNotPerfection
    ears ago

    I recently went to a counselor with my fiance (pre-marital stuff), and my anxiety was a topic we discussed. They basically said that my range (for all of my emotions) was wider than my fiance's. Meaning, when I get sad, I get sadder and when I get excited, I am more excited. I agree with this completely.

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