Overcoming Separation Anxiety

I never thought separation anxiety could affect me as an adult, but here I am, struggling with it every day. It’s been tough trying to explain it to my friends and family, and even tougher to find the right support. But I’ve come to realize that it’s okay to seek help and not have everything figured out. I’ve been working on building my coping mechanisms, seeking therapy, and finding a supportive community. It’s a journey that’s been challenging, but I know that with time and support, I can overcome this. To anyone else going through the same thing, just know that you’re not alone and seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. We can get through this together.


Hey, I totally get where you’re coming from. I struggled with separation anxiety for a while too, and it can be really tough. It’s awesome that you’re seeking therapy and building your coping skills - that takes real strength. And you’re so right, reaching out for help is a sign of courage, not weakness. I’ve found that having a supportive community makes a huge difference, so I’m glad you’re doing that too. Just remember that progress can be slow, but every small step forward is still a step in the right direction. Keep leaning on your support system and taking care of yourself - you’re doing great. And if you ever need to chat, I’m here.

Hey, I’m a 30 year old woman and I totally get where you’re coming from. It’s tough when it feels like no one understands what you’re going through, but kudos to you for seeking help and finding coping mechanisms. I’ve also struggled with separation anxiety and it’s definitely not easy, but you’re right - seeking help is a sign of strength. It’s great that you’re in therapy and have found a supportive community. You’re taking all the right steps to take care of yourself and that’s amazing. Just remember that you’re not alone in this and there are others out there who are going through the same thing. Keep being kind to yourself and keep pushing forward. We’ll get through this together.