Worried Girlfriend Texts Boyfriend “Are We OK?”—His 4-Word Reply Leaves the Internet CHEERING

It goes without saying for anyone who has ever experienced anxiety or depression that there are good days and bad days. There’s no need to fight a mental war alone; everyone’s battle is unique.

Callie Theodore is all too familiar with the fight.

She recently shared on Facebook the kinds of concerns that accompany dealing with mental illness, especially anxiety:

Anxious people often believe that everyone is about to depart. The truth is that they struggle with something they are unable to control and harbor feelings of uneasiness about relationships and life in general. They don’t want to burden you with their unreasonable concerns and views since they understand how difficult it is. Rather than giving you the opportunity to walk away, they instead attempt to push you away. That is the actual situation.

“Loving someone who experiences anxiety is difficult. They’ll need continual reassurance, become overly sensitive, and imagine scenarios that will lead to arguments.
Theodore Callie

Find a partner who does not make you feel as though loving yourself is a profession. Someone who will give you small comforts. Someone who keeps your overreactions to themselves hidden. Someone who, in the middle of an anxiety attack, will rock you on the ground. Find someone who stays with you despite your best efforts to get them to go.

There are people out there, according to Callie, who possess the composure, tolerance, and love necessary to be trusted with the hearts of those who are struggling with mental illness.People who, according to 1 Corinthians 13:7, “bear all things, believe all things, hope all things, endure all things”
With more than 130,000 shares from her page alone, her remarks instantly became viral and resonated with people all across the Internet. Ellen Degeneres and Love What Matters both shared the post!

We can eradicate the stigma together. It all begins with lovely people like Callie, who aren’t afraid to open out and express their hearts while facing challenges.
In her post’s conclusion, Callie states, “You may have anxiety, but anxiety doesn’t have you.”

I hope that you experience that today and every day.

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