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Job Search Freakout | Living With Anxiety

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Job Search Freakout | Living With Anxiety

Hi friends. So this video is hard to share because I am so vulnerable as I share life with y'all. But I said this is what I wanted my channel to be about. I want to share the good and bad. I just hope my very public freakout can help someone realize they aren't alone. Invisible illnesses are out there and prevent many of us from living a "normal" life.

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  1. Life As Crystal says:

    I know exactly how you feel. I also suffer from anxiety. Do you experience panic attacks? For me panic attacks are the absolute worst. In the past month I’ve been experiencing a lot of panic attacks at just random times. I will be waiting for my son to get out of school or in line at the grocery store and It will come on. The fact that I’m in public will make it worse its just a vicious cycle. I hope you feel better. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. itsQuinntendo says:

    Yes! I used to have panic attacks a lot more when I was in high school and soon after graduation. They didn’t really bother me since then until the last year or so. I’ve noticed my panic attacks increasing since then, but usually when I’m in public like in traffic or when I’m grocery shopping without my husband.. Thanks for your kind comment. I’m glad to know someone understands. โค๏ธ

  3. Its Me Deb says:

    You are wonderful … You have a ton of experience ,, Vollie work is so important ,, you have to sell yourself … You remind me of my daughter ,, she has had her rough spots ,, but she made it thru …. Please dont call your self a failure ,, you are stronger than you know !!!

  4. Resourceful Mama says:

    Oh girl….I know exactly how you feel. I started having panic attacks, anxiety and dealing with agoraphobia 2 years ago. For months, I did not leave the house for anything. Thankfully I have a supportive husband and 4 kids who got it and knew mom wasn’t feeling quite right. It was awful! I went to see a dr and said put me on some meds but told her they weren’t doing much. We moved last year and I started seeing a new dr. She upped my dose and what a huge difference! I can actually go out now and drive again. I still struggle with anxiety in public places, stores like Target, Walmart and the grocery stores with bright lights trigger panic attacks. Are you on any type of med or no?
    As for a job, do you craft at all? I’ve been a stay at home mom for 14 years now. I’ve had businesses since then that carried us along, even when trying to pay debt off. I recently started a new venture of selling FBA on Amazon. If you have any money to start up, maybe it would be a good option for you too. I am here if you need to talk. Hugs.

  5. Resourceful Mama says:

    +ChangeForADollar Sounds like you struggle with agoraphobia too. When you get in that Fight or Flight situation, you can’t get out of there fast enough. The check outs are killer for me too. I get all hot and feel like I want to die. How long have you been dealing with it?

  6. Life As Crystal says:

    +Resourceful Mama I’ve only experienced this in the last month or so. My whole life I’ve always been a “worrier” but last month i was in public when i experienced a very scary heart palpitation. I’ve had heart palpitations before but this one felt very different and it scared me so much and immediately caused a panic attack. Now, I’ve noticed most of the time when I’m in public especially when I’m alone or alone with the kids the feelings return. Its becoming a habit which is not what i want. But i do feel like how you describe the fight or flight response kicks in and i feel like i can’t get out fast enough. I especially hate it when i feel like I’m going to pass out. That sensation makes it a lot worse.

  7. itsQuinntendo says:

    I am not currently on medication but I am visiting my doctor Wednesday and definitely plan to bring it up, so maybe soon. I definitely struggle to go places alone, luckily I have friends who understand and don’t mind tagging along to the grocery store now that my husband is gone. I do craft, but nothing I feel is worthy of selling. I need to practice more.

  8. Resourceful Mama says:

    +itsQuinntendo Find your niche and you can make money ๐Ÿ™‚
    I take Zoloft, it’s been a lifesaver. I didn’t want to go on meds but my life was paralyzing me.

  9. kaciecuse says:

    I have really bad anxiety myself, and I know how to overcome it! You got to just do it! You have to do whatever it is that is making you anxious! For example I get anxiety over studying for tests and I procrastinate studying up until the day before the test and I have palpitations and feel like crying my eyes out because I can’t and wont just sit down and do it and it’s just way too much to take in all at once! But once I finally like absolutely have to sit down and start studying I just do it, and it’s fine and I go in and take my test and again I do just fine. I think having any bit of doubt in your mind just makes anxiety worse, it feeds off the doubt. So you just have to be confident and go into everything with a positive mindset! I’ll also freak myself out if I have to go to a new place with new people and introduce myself or work with a new person that I haven’t met before… That freaks me out every time! And I find that my anxiety makes it so much worse, and that once I get to where I’m going and start doing what I need to do the anxiety just disappears and I end up enjoying myself! Success/happiness exists at the end of our comfort zones, and anxiety will try to keep you in your comfort zone forever if you let it! I know for sure that it’s all easier said then done, and that in moments like these anxiety can be suffocating and can make you feel like you’re drowning, but just have a positive minds set, or even write out some affirmations and just keep telling yourself that you are gonna have a job, and you are gonna fill out applications, and just do it! You totally can do it! I have faith!

  10. Wendy Y says:

    +Resourceful Mama Yes!!! I have been on zoloft also and it is great. I feel so much more at ease. I was prescribed it after having my first child. My anxiety was horrible, thru the roof, my blood pressure was crazy! Look into medication atleast for a bit…I was so nervous and it helped me so much. I waited almost 7 months because I did NOT want to be put on meds…but it has worked and I feel normal again!!

  11. Wendy Y says:

    Girl, I want to give you a big hug so bad watching this! I get exactly what you are saying. I am a military wife too and I wish you lived in Hampton Roads, we’d totally hang out. I totally understand this video. Just take it one day at a time…. you can vent to us anytime! *HUGS*

  12. itsQuinntendo says:

    Thank you. You’re so sweet! It’s really too bad we didn’t meet when I still lived there! Lol

  13. gabylin magnon says:

    I will be praying for you … I would recommend listening to podcasts that are positive… The miracle morning book has help…. Writing your goals and visual them … Hey you are pretty brave doing your videos … And they are awesome … There is no way I could do that LOL

  14. itsQuinntendo says:

    Thanks for the suggestions! I always love a good podcast. Lol I appreciate the kind comment ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Rhiannon says:

    I’m going through this right now. I don’t have a degree and I have a lot of skills but not many that reflect well on paper. Have you thought about cash flowing a course that will give you some basic skills? Perhaps an admin job or something?

  16. Resourceful Mama says:

    +Wendy Y I don’t feel 100% normal yet, still struggle with anxiety in crowded spaces. The though of going to a restaurant or church make me nervous. Also, long drives if I have to take a highway keep me from going. Although, I have stepped out of my comfort zone and gone on some. I just tried to keep my mind going to avoid feeling anxious. I do take Ativan if I am feeling anxious (only when I am out somewhere or need to drive somewhere farther) and that helps a ton. Also, I find staying on a low carb diet helps keep anxiety down. When I eat a lot of carbs, it makes my system feel nervous.

  17. Resourceful Mama says:

    +kaciecuse Wish it was that easy. I’ve been struggling for 2 years to overcome it. I am a strong willed, independent person and it’s knocked me down many times. The hardest part is I was a very social, outgoing person and it made me want to crawl into a hole. I am getting better though, just hope to overcome it completely one day. My mom struggles with the same thing, it’s hereditary.

  18. itsQuinntendo says:

    I have thought about that, but right now with only my husband working we just can’t spare any extra for that. I’d need to get a job to fund that. Which is my dilemma lol but I’ve received a lot of great advice on here and feel confident that I can push through this and find something I feel comfortable doing.

  19. kaciecuse says:

    +Resourceful Mama it’s not easy I just know that’s the way out of it – when you’re stuck in it that’s the worse moment to hear that but other than taking medication that’s the only other way I can deal with my anxiety

  20. Michele McGill says:

    You are certainly not a failure. Apply for a position you feel confident in fulfilling. It doesn’t have to be a some high flying job. You worked at the theatre – that may be somewhere to start and build on that. What local small business’s are in your area?
    Start anywhere – a cake shop, supermarket. You can do it.

  21. Michele McGill says:

    I posted my last comment a little too early. You love helping people. You could be a carer/aide. In Australia there is a course you need to attend as probably in the US. You help people stay in their homes. Assist with showering, shopping and light household chores. I could see you doing that because you are people person.

  22. melissa johnson says:

    you will overcome this!!
    this was almost like watching myself.
    military wife, doing dave, husband on duty ect, ect.
    I’ve recently been using the “baby steps ” in other parts of life. I think with anxiety / ocd it has really helped.
    have you thought about maybe church daycare? I worked at a different church than I went to for there m-f daycare. it didn’t pay great , but I was happy. just an idea. hope today is a great day.

  23. S_n_d_tobedebtfree says:

    anxiety affects everybody differently. I struggle with not being in control. things not going my way. the bills. stuff that can occur. it literally keeps me awake at night. and then I can’t sleep. its a problem for me.
    your not a failure. find what your niche is whatever it is. its taking me a couple years to even figure out what I’d like to do and now I stress out about how I can get there.
    keep your head up. you’ve got lots of people praying for you don’t let anybody tell you what your good at.
    if you love YouTube videos work on YouTube videos.
    your a rock star!!

  24. mylittlefamilyo2 says:

    You should research
    You can work from home no experience needed they train you
    Thoughts and prayers going your way. You are a strong person ๐Ÿ™‚ you will get through this.

  25. willowpopstar says:

    This really hit hard for me. I have social anxiety and I’m 28. I’ve never had a job in my life because I’m terrified to leave my home and working with others. Good luck.

  26. Linda Gardellini says:

    I suffer from anxiety and panic disorder. I totally get what you are saying. Have you tried applying at movie theaters since you once worked there? It’s a start to build up some experience to put on your resume.
    This video is over a month old, so not sure how you’re presently going with the job situation, but I’ll say a prayer for you. Love your honesty and keeping it real. ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. Ryan DeCorpo says:

    You have a lot to offer. I have known you for years you have great people skills and you are a great sales person with your scents you I know your anxiety is getting the best of you but just know you are not a failure. Your friends family and husband all are by your side if you need anything or any help don’t hesitate to ask. Miss you thunder buddy

  28. Brent Berentsen says:

    You’re not a failure ๐Ÿ™‚ you’re awesome

  29. rodriguezccg says:

    omg just watching u speak reminds me of myself.i suffer from social anxiety wich makes it hard for me to put myself out there..ughhh i know exactly how ur feeling

  30. Sheila Brooks says:

    You are so young! You’re not going to have a ton of experience and employers know this! When creating a resume without much experience touch and focus on your positive aspects like; Motivated, eager to learn, reliable, punctual etc. Volunteer work makes a world of a difference. If you want me to help you create a resume email me @

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