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Teenage Girl 18/09/12(Wed)19:20 No. 22033 ID: 8bf6d2
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Does anyone else fear boredom and having nothing to do to the extent that you have near panic-attacks and anxiety attacks?

My interests that I had carried through with me all my life have becom dull from overindulging. What the hell am I going to do for the remaining 50 years of my life? Is this where insanity begins setting in? I've explored new things but nothing piques my interest greater than what I originally liked...


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Teenage Girl 18/09/12(Wed)22:44 No. 22034 ID: 4d8b2d

Your two issues are from the same actions. Boredom and apathy are from doing the same things over and over again. Anxiety and panic disorder are triggered by leaving your "comfort zone", which was created by you doing the same things over and over again.

You just need to keep trying new thing, and with an open mind, not with an expectation that you won't like it. The world is filled with so many distinct experiences that you cannot try even a tiny fraction of them even in an entire lifetime. Chances are you'll eventually find something you like doing, if only for a little while.


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Assuring Longevity of Interest Affable Loner 18/09/18(Tue)04:52 No. 22040 ID: 38b3e6

It is easy to become bored with a subject/activity initially of great interest to you. It has happened to me several times. There are ways to maintain a level of interest, though. I'll assume your interest is in something fairly robust - meaning there is plenty to study/learn about. For me the main thing was to avoid falling into a rut...that can make the most exciting subject become dull. Avoid the numbing routine in things like scheduling, repetitive habits, and shrinking horizons within your interest. Don't focus on the same aspect of your interest everytime you engage with it. Learn/Read/Study activities which are related to your interest, not just the subject of interest itself, seek out quirky, unique factoids relative to your interest, find others who share your interest...etc., etc. I hope this helps.




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