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rownesheck's Journal
rownesheck's Journal
June 30, 2018

Hey Texas DUers!

anyone at the rally at Houston city hall?

June 13, 2018

All i can say about these horrific times we find ourselves in

is that once this boil on America's ass is lanced, beer industry stock is going to plummet just based on the piles of money i won't be spending on their products anymore. Come on liver, stay with me! Breathe! You're gonna make it! I need you buddy!

June 7, 2018

I've lived with something for a while now.

I assume it's some type of anxiety. Every day that i go to work i feel extremely sick to my stomach and my brain starts worrying about what's going to happen. I know it has to do with the thought of interacting with customers. Unfortunately, i work in retail, so you see the problem here. This has gone on for 20+ years. I'm 42! I shouldn't feel like this. Somehow, I've managed to fake my way into management with every company I've worked for. I'm not a social person and am very introverted so it takes a lot of energy to interact. My wife says i should look into medication, but i would like to not go that route. I've thought about seeing someone about this, but still concerned about being prescribed medication. What would actually help is not having a job in retail. Anyway, just wondering if anyone who has had this type of anxiety could recommend any non-prescription ways to overcome it. Thanks for listening!

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About rownesheck

old. Boring. Too complacent to realize my full potential.
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