Love this visual guide to anxiety. There are things on here I never associated with being anxious, like overthinking and stomach issues. Some, like constant worrying, panic attacks and trouble breathing are the more obvious signs. I have dealt with anxiety issues all my adult life. When it was really bad (when son #2 had nosedived into his addiction issues for example) it got SO bad that I was prescribed anti-anxiety meds because I wasn't able to keep the panic attacks and triggers under control and it was affecting my work. Other than that though, I just deal with it. It was only in the last few years, before my son began his recovery, that I realized that I am one of those people for whom anxiety is an almost chronic state, though obviously it waxes and wanes. There doesn't need to be a disaster in my life in order for me to feel anxious. I am not a laid-back sort, apparently. Interesting how things like avoidance, procrastination, memory issues, lack of patience could all be brushed off as personality quirks, age, or some other character deficit (laziness or whatever) rather than an actual symptom of a psychological disorder.