I am 28 yr old female., smart confident but I am suffering too much due to my anxiety. I thought earlier that I am optimistic and positive person, but I do not know what's wrong with me . Everything going fine in my life nowadays. I am getting what a lucky person can get , but due to my painful past always bad thoughts come to my mind . In my early twenties I got a very cruel shock 1st time in my life and my life was shattered but by God grace I could overcome that period and proved myself a strong woman . I also suffered a lot due to lots of unexpected reality bites last few years. Nowadays everything seems good in my life I am getting married within a month and my fiance is very nice man but I am afraid always by negative thinking. Negative thoughts just haunted me some time. , very much scare about all the uncertainty of our life . How can I help myself? please suggest.
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