Is living in the moment the answer?

Some might say living in the moment is a cure for anxiety. We are terrorized by our imagination and the future. I’ve almost been run off the edge of the world many times. But I’ve also lived in the moment and that was bad too. I experienced timelessness and felt like I was there literally forever. Is this just me? What is your experience with living in the moment?

It’s impossible … :slightly_frowning_face:

I find it hard to live in the moment, unless I feel very good about my future.

I feel like I’m never really in the moment anymore. I feel like when the cognitive aspects of this illness really started to hit me, the way I experience time has dramatically shifted. I try to live in the moment. I think anhedonia also has to do with it. Pretty hard to live in the moment if you aren’t enjoying anything.

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