Did My Son Inherit My Anxiety? | Conception Season 2
Did My Son Inherit My Anxiety? | Conception Season 2 We left in one of the safest places on Earth or really lucky. He said so. Our house nothing’s ever happened here. Instead, no, Our Town nothing’s, ever my grandparents are from Southeastern Virginia and they would always choose my parents about their hillbilly daughter cuz. I never had she was something we would take long walks around campus, especially in the summer times Sky. My playground – I don’t even know what time I got to work, but I feel like it was after just after 8 was very, very windy, very gray, very cold write out with maybe like one and then like boom boom 2, and then it jumps into sort of A crescendo of this waterfall of explosions and Intel an amplified, confusion, wear your heart feels like it’s beating on the inside of your skin is something you can’t crawl out from underneath safety exhaust on a spectrum, there’s a certain portion of that spectrum that was totally violated And changed and turned on its head. I definitely had never told any of my about what happened at Virginia Tech. I didn’t know how to talk about it. I still don’t really talk about it all that well, my son is a boy who, quite literally, has a light inside of him. It comes out of his skin on his eyes, his hair. He absorbs all of what the world has to offer, but after Parkland happen, there was a visible visceral shift in him. He all the sudden couldn’t be in public places, no mommy, we can stay, we can. We have got to go when I finally got him to talk about it. He talked about Place. Well, I happened in Florida. Mommy is so far away from here is nightmares were all about this monster in his head that he named Socks. He told me what socks his voice sounded like and he told me what socks like we talked about. Sox’S family, he said Sox didn’t have a family, and so we talked about how you know. Sucks might just be lonely. The things that we fear 10 to be more a fear of the unknown, that is a fear of what’s real. I wonder if this is something I’ve somehow passed down to him, this fear and anxiety. He was kind of Born Into when he’s standing a little taller scanning the perimeters. I wonder if it’s something he’s ever going to be able to let go of or if it’s something I’ll just have to learn. Navigate 21st fell off his bike. There’S this idea that I’ve taken care of it. It will get better. I’Ve got you you’re safe, but these giant big fears conference games with the world. I can’t fix. How do you calm your child’s fears about the boogeyman when the boogeyman is real? She never told her son about what happened in their small town. After Parkland, he has trouble in public spaces. She wonders, will he ever escape his fear?
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