Hi there and thank you for putting something out there that many people can relate to, now we can all share and talk about it together.
From your study you have learned just what anxiety might look like when it becomes a problem, whether it be for you or others - being educated about anxiety will be greatly helpful to you and how you choose to handle it. Well done on visiting your GP, that is definitely the beginning of seeking out help. In addition to working with your GP, you might want to talk it over with another kind of professional, be it a counsellor or psychologist that may be able to help you get to the heart of feeling anxious. Although you have strong family ties, it might help to have a person who can see your life from an outsiders perspective.
There are a few ways that you can help yourself. You might try taking a walk outside and trying to clear your mind in a peaceful place, do some things that you like to do (that may sound like a no brainer but when you do things that make you smile, it has a deeper effect than just on your face), practice some deep breathing or even exercise that will get you deep breathing and try to keep your sleeping and eating balanced and regular. They are both major factors in feeling good.
They may sound like simplistic suggestions, but they are methods that you can act on today if you wish, to change what tomorrow might feel like.
Wishing you peace
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