A Work In Progress

Anxiety. I have never known where I stood with it.

Sometimes it felt tangible like I could grab it with my hands and throw it as far as possible.

There were times where I wondered if it was something inherently part of who I am, or if it was a common thread that connected us all.

It is like an overbearing relationship that you desperately wish you could break away from. It…

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I write about my own uncomfortable, unspoken and real thoughts and hope to connect through shared experiences.

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Emma Sheridan

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I write about my own uncomfortable, unspoken and real thoughts and hope to connect through shared experiences.

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