Are you feeling nervous, frightened, tense or on edge most of the time?
Are you constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop?
Do you constantly worry about unpleasant or even horrific things happening to yourself or your love ones?
Have you experienced a sudden rush of scary physical sensations that come out of the blue and make you think that will die or go crazy?
Do you often experience the urge to seek reassurance from friends or family members to keep your doubts, worries, and fears at bay?
Do you struggle with recurrent thoughts that frighten you and compel you to engage in nonsensical behaviors?
Do you spend more time cleaning, organizing, or going over and over again your writings or readings, and never finish tasks?
Do you engage in worrying or rituals instead of enjoying activities and company?
The thoughts, feelings and behaviors that are described above are common in people suffering from anxiety disorders. Anxiety and fear are unpleasant feelings for anyone, but in extreme cases they can make you feel trapped and prevent you from fulfilling your everyday tasks.