Hidden anxiety crowd: busy all the time

   What is Invisible Anxiety People? If psychology calls people who face up to their own problems and are worried as manifest anxiety people, then invisible anxiety people are just the opposite. It will make them feel depressed, irritable and painful. Their approach is not to solve the problem, but to avoid letting their emotions get distracted by the problem. They look like normal people on the surface, but in fact, they have been plagued by problems, and they are deeply involved in them. Obviously, invisible anxiety disorder is very harmful to people.
   What are the characteristics of invisible anxiety people?
   People with this condition are busy all the time.
   At work, they may not be as active yet, but when they get home they are busy. They will not eat quietly, and they must play with their mobile phones and watch videos while eating; they also have difficulty falling asleep quietly, usually with the help of music, videos, and programs; they will schedule full schedules Full, although there is nothing to do. According to psychological analysis, they are to avoid letting themselves stop, because when they stop, they have to think about the problems they face. It seems that the only way to focus on other things is to avoid dealing with the problems you are facing.
   Like to focus on things that have nothing to do with themselves.
   Because as long as they pay attention to themselves, they will find that a lot of problems have not been solved, which they do not want to see. Focusing on things that have nothing to do with them allows them to temporarily escape internal conflicts and conflicts. They are particularly concerned about current affairs and like to discuss celebrity gossip. As long as this happens to others, they will be very concerned. This “melon-eating mentality” is also a characteristic of typical invisible anxious people. Psychological research has found that when there is a problem with others, people will feel that they are particularly “lucky”, so they will have inexplicable excitement, and feel that they have escaped the disaster.
   They will vehemently deny the problems they face.
   In order to avoid emotional tension, anxiety, and anxiety, people with invisible anxiety will try to deny the problems they face. Denial is one of the most primitive psychological defenses, and the easiest way to escape from a problem. It’s like the story of “covering one’s ears and stealing the bell”, but the problems faced will not disappear because of denial. They will refuse help from friends and family, even though those around them seem to see some clues. If they hadn’t waited until the problem broke out, they might have been fooling themselves like this for the rest of their lives.
   How to find out the problem you are facing? Quietly observe yourself. Take ten minutes every day to sit quietly and put down the things at hand. All kinds of thoughts are going through your mind at the moment, don’t try to stop it, let it do what it wants. In general, if there is a real problem, then the characteristics of the problem itself must appear in the mind. If there is a problem with family members, family-related things come to mind. If there is a problem with a relationship with a lover, things related to the lover also come to mind. Using data to record life situations can intuitively discover the problems faced. Keeping a record of your expenses for a month can help you understand economic issues. Logging your sleep for a month can help you understand health problems. Keeping track of the time you spend socializing in a month can help you understand interpersonal problems. These data cannot be faked, and are not transferred due to personal emotions. It can make oneself recognize the reality. All in all, invisible anxiety is a bigger and more difficult problem to solve than visible anxiety.
   If you don’t find these problems and take action to solve them, you will be dragged down by them sooner or later.