When I get anxious and sad

When I get anxious and sad at night, I know a solution is to go to bed. Things always feel better in the morning. When I get anxious and sad in the winter, I don’t know the solution. I do know that things always feel better in the spring.

And that is something.

When I get anxious and sad at night, I know a solution is to go to bed. Things always feel better in the morning. When I get anxious and sad in the winter, I don’t know the solution. I do know that things always feel better in the spring.

Published by Emily P.G. Erickson

Emily P.G. Erickson is a writer with a master's degree in psychology. She crafts helpful, science-backed pieces that come straight from the heart. Her writing about mental health, mindfulness, and motherhood has appeared in The New York Times, Elemental, Forge, and more.

2 thoughts on “When I get anxious and sad

  1. Yeah girl. I absolutely feel this. Right now it feels like it will never thaw. But it will. We just have to be with what is.
    I do know you melted a lot of ice around my heart on Sunday, so thank you!

  2. Being with what is is so smart and so hard. We just have to keep plugging along. I’m glad we could brighten each other’s days at the hand lettering class. 🙂

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