I've been going through some stuff, and it's almost become an OCD thing-- my inability to stop thinking about it has made me sleepless, caused me to lose my appetite, and generally made me a distracted, jumpy person.
And then I found this simple quote tonight:
"Anxiety is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained." Somers Roche
That. That is what I'm feeling, and that is what is happening. In times like this, prayer works best for me, prayer and meditating on the Psalms. But knowing someone else (most likely everyone else at some point) has felt this intense fear that eventually takes over every other thought is just... comforting.
And though the fear and anxiety are still very much with me, I guess what I'm saying is misery truly does love company.