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One Year On

:: Keith said that there is nothing more boring than bloggers writing about blogging. This may be true. I just realized that a year ago, in early July, I started my first blog, so I’ve past the first anniversary. Doesn’t seem like it was that long ago. It’s still fun to do this. Watch for changes in the site sometime soon.

:: I’ve been anxious most of my life. I’ve done what I can so far to deal with it. Question: what can you (or I) expect to replace anxiety, if/when it goes away? What replaces it? Confidence, happiness, sense of well being, acceptance, contentment?

4 Responses to “One Year On”

  1. Keith Says:

    To be overly simplistic, anxiety comes from thinking about the future along with being concerned by those thoughts. To a certain extent, some anxiety is normal. If you have no anxiety whatsoever, then you are either not thinking, or you are unconcerned about what will happen. This could be blissful ignorance or a calmness that transcends worry.

  2. Morrie Says:

    Happy Blog Birthday. Its enjoyable reading your blog.

  3. sharon Says:

    it’s a thought-provoking question you asked. I think anziety usually pertains to a certain situation or issue at hand, and the pessimistic me thinks that anxiety will be replaced by either more anxiety (because there can be no end to situations/issues) or maybe resignation. I’m not sure.

  4. randy Says:

    Thanks for the comments. Keith, I agree with the basic view. Some anxiety is normal. I experience it without any particular reference point. To be void of it would be either of the two options you present. Sharon, I appreciate the pessimistic side, but would encourage you to consider life without ongoing anxiety, i.e., not subsequently replaced by another form of it. This is for what I am striving.

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