HeartSupport didn’t help me so much - I helped myself.
I still have bad anxiety attacks. I still take Klonopin.
I am meditating at least 30 minutes every day. Most of it is guided meditation. I will meditate during my lunch break if possible.
It’s still very challenging to relieve my social anxiety but I’m practicing letting my thoughts go and focusing on the present moment. A lot of my triggers feel very subconcious for my social anxiety.
I had a breakthrough meditation once last week where I felt a field of energy around me.
I take potent Kratom once or twice a week to reduce anxiety and increase energy.
I purchased myself a nice chair and set of weights.
I negotiated with a car insurance company to get $1200 off my current insurance.
I feel confident about my job. I’m working hard to get good at it and trying to earn the trust of those around me.
I got myself a work space. I’m still working towards getting myself to actually accomplish shit. I have everything set up to do so. I’ve been sleeping with my CPAP machine at least 3 days a week for around 20 hours total.
Things are looking up. Even though I still have awful social anxiety and can’t keep most women’s attention that don’t have bad anxiety themselves and are comfortable being around other anxious people, I can at least get by , by pretending I’m not super interested in what they’re saying or focused on it at the time to get by in the workplace.
Eventually I would like to not be a virgin anymore and I have some short term goals I want to accomplish. I put most of my investment into a chair and my car and I’m fighting to get a Sleep Apnea surgery called Inspire Sleep because I can’t manage to wear the CPAP mask more than 10-20 hours per week and it’s hard but my insurance is fighting against it, so I need to save up and get good insurance, maybe if I get picked to work full time at my job. and if I don’t get picked, I will just put the job on my resume as a contracting job at a fortune 500 company and focus on meditation and getting certified.
My end goal: be a network engineer, be muscular, be able to let go of most of my social anxiety if not all.