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Anxiousness at Safe Haven

You don’t only feel anxious when you’re in a public place among strangers and wanting to go back to your safe haven.

You can also feel anxious when you’re in your safe haven, among the people whom you need not fear from.

You feel the same kind of butterflies struggling in the pit of your stomach wanting to get out of you, the sense that electricity is passing through your veins and nerves charging you for reasons unknown.

The reaction of such anxiousness becomes more radical in your safe haven.

You aren’t safe when you’re anxious, not even in your own skin.


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