The Midnight Snack – Anxiety Ridden Prof Edition

Thanks to everyone who sent me well wishes. I think everything went well, but I don’t know. Part of having severe anxiety disorder is never being able to accurately tell how social situations actually turn out, because in my mind it’s always a disaster even when it turns out to be great. Also, another fun thing about anxiety disorder is that I basically had a recurring panic attack all day. Good times. A dear friend sent me a photo of their dog being extra cute, which cheered me up. Feel free to send photos of beautiful black cats, as they are my favorite.

As your resident MadBum disliker-in-chief, this stat made me smile a little bit.

Yeah, I’m a hater, so what? But you know what I love? Mascots. Duh.

Silly Mariner Moose. You know what else I love?

Yep. Two out of three ain’t bad.

Starting to feel a little bit better now after about…oh, sixteen hours of extreme nerves? So now it’s time for Bob Ross on YouTube and an attempt to go to sleep. Have a good one, fam.

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11 thoughts on “The Midnight Snack – Anxiety Ridden Prof Edition

  1. I’ll just say that social anxiety (as well as a few other related things) has been on my plate for many years. This being a baseball site, I don’t want to go into it in detail on here. However, whenever I see someone hurting I want to respond. I don’t know how to PM you Prof, and if you prefer I won’t, but I’d like to. At any rate I’m glad the acute nerves part is over, though the waiting game begins right?

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  2. Social anxiety can be paralyzing. I used to suffer from that and sometimes when in very unfamiliar surroundings still do. I do the Stuart Smalley affirmation in my head occasionally. Seriously I do!
    I was going to post a pic of my Yorkie Hercules for you but I cannot figure out how to do it..sigh

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    • Oh, Chef. ā¤ You are a friend, and I appreciate you greatly.

      Usually I can handle my anxiety, at least enough that it doesn’t completely ruin my day. I mean, I have issues every day, but it’s usually not something that really puts me at risk or gives me overwhelming panic attacks, etc. Yesterday, though… this is a really, really important thing for me. You have no idea how much I need to get out of the Midwest and onto someplace I feel comfortable and excited to be. Where the majority of my friends live.

      I think I have your email address (perks of being a mod on this board lol), and I will contact you there. Then you can send me pictures of your Yorkie. I love Yorkies, so cute. Fun fact – Greg Maddux also has a Yorkie. His name is Baxter. šŸ˜›

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  3. Good times. A dear friend sent me a photo of their dog being extra cute, which cheered me up. Feel free to send photos of beautiful black cats, as they are my favorite.

    Ok, I’ll refrain from sending one of my three year old hugging my four year old from behind and pressing her cheek against her sister’s because you might die of cute overload.

    Here’s the Cat Pic:

    Cute Black Cat

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