Massive forking anxiety. in The Awesome Chronicles of me.

  • March 3, 2021, 1:30 a.m.
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Great news. I get my covid shot on monday instead of Thursday next week.

Anxiety time: I am so paranoid and hypochonriacing about getting COVID now more than anything, an errant cough from someone i know that was eating or something along those lines, or a maskless idiot while shopping (i’m going to walmart for some food and to price bread machines tomorrow) something along those lines.

If I caught this, and then my mom caught it.. I will have a nervous breakdown. There is no way around it. I almost had one with macaroni a couple years ago cause he almost passed away cause of his health issues. (i think i would of if he did)

I know Its not complete until after the second shot, and I know the prevention is like 50-60% after the first shot, but I’ll feel so much better even at those numbers.

My region first of thankfully isn’t texas, but the number of cases is 10-30 around here and in general its been about 2000 throughout the entire state… Does this mean i’m gonna freakout when I cough or have a case of heartburn? It reminds me of the episode of Futurama with the outdated robots (the waterwheel robot where she will power down permanently if she doesn’t get water). Heck I had a scratchy throat for a few minutes a couple days ago and the paranoia crept in.

Thing is I am not a hypochondriac, its just.. yeah. I dont want to roll a 1 on this. I am near the end. I’m nearing the checkered flag. I just dont want to crash.

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Here is a Sleepy bleppy boots.

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Here is a trap belly.

I’m trying to be ok, but my anxiety right now on a scale of 1-10 is about 100. I’m trying to calm down but its hard. (I know i won’t sleep well tonight at least)

Ok. Thats all.

Bye.

Me


Barbara Bad March 03, 2021

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girl in recession March 03, 2021

I feel you, I feel the same way. I don't want to trip over the last hurdle before the finish line, I'm in first place ready to win the gold! I've trained so hard for an entire year!

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