Out of it comes nervous breakdowns, panic attacks, stomach ulcers, even cancer and insanity.
Anxiety panic is evidenced by Nicky, one of my long-term counselees. His doctors say there is no organic basis for him to experience panic anxiety in traffic, footbridges, and airplanes.
In therapy, Nicky realized that his panic anxiety attacks lie much on his state of mind and emotional health than his physical condition.
As you and I march across the decades of time, we're going to surely experience discomforts in life. This may include abuse, trauma, or deprivation of varied kinds. It cannot be otherwise.
But we all have a choice. We can either accept them as inevitable and adjust accordingly, or we can ruin our lives with them and suffer mental disorders.