@Dechi , I'm sorry that you have so much anxiety in your life. It sounds like you are really trying to do everything you can to help yourself, and having a therapist who you feel good about is a great support! What you describe reminds me of my grandmother, who is a habitual worrier - as I've listened to and observed her over the years, I've come to understand that she actively seeks out situations to worry about. Things that have absolutely no reason to concern her will keep her up all night...and when she runs out of things to worry about, she starts worrying FOR other people! Do you have specific things you do on a regular basis to reduce stress; breathing, meditation, gentle yoga, coloring, etc...? I know these aren't cures, but having some kind of activity to shift to when you are feeling that you are not coping with stress might help (or not, I'm sure you have thought about this already). One thing that I find to be really relaxing is playing Tetris. I kind of zone out and just focus on figuring out where to put the shapes and then somehow my stress tends to melt away. Do you have go-to diversions like that?