Self Isolation Week 2: The Virtual Life

Well it’s been a pretty strange week this week, the good news is I’m starting to get a bit of a routine together, my anxiety is reducing and things are becoming sort of normal in life as well on the running side.

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Believe You Can And You Will

Two weeks ago I wrote a blog saying this was going to be the biggest mental challenge of my life and it is, but I’m through the worst, I’m feeling like I’m back, back to the Dan we all know. Yesterday, I finished a 10k in 46 minutes, my belief is back, today I’m feeling okay…ish, but I know it will take time, there’s going to be days where I get more anxious than others, but what I’ve done is reduce my anxiety down to a teeny, tiny, worm, what I’ve done is BELIEVE.

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Self Isolation Week 1: All Sorts Of Exercise

Yoga, Tai Chi, Tabata, Boxercise, Shadow Boxing, a 2 mile run in the garden, I couldn’t have done anymore forms of exercise this week. Yep, it’s week 1 of coronavirus lockdown and it’s been the hardest week of my life due to my anxiety, click here to read my previous blog.

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Living A Week With Anxiety

The days are so, so, long but I’ve already won half the battle. I can do this I know I can, I’m going to account my first week with anxiety and the battle I’ve been through to help those of you suffering, just like me. Big hugs, Dan.

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Anxiety: It’s All About The Feeling

There’s got to be plenty of people like me with Aspergers or High Functioning Autism who’ve had anxiety but only to a certain level. I used to get anxious but only to the extent that it made me nervous or shy, especially in social situations. This time it’s completely different. With all the coronavirus news, you may wondering what’s wrong with you, I certainly did, but I’m learning how to deal with my anxiety everyday. One thing I’m going to talk to you about is FEELING and how important it is to adapt your body to feeling.

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