This Girl Texts her Boyfriend “Are We OK?” and His 4-Word Reply Leaves the Internet CHEERING

For anyone who’s ever suffered from depression or anxiety, it’s no secret that there are good days and bad days. Everyone’s battle is different, but there’s no need to ever fight any mental war alone!

Callie Theodore knows the struggle all too well. She recently took to Facebook to share the types of insecurities that come with battling mental illness—particularly anxiety:

“Someone with anxiety is inclined to assume everyone is going to leave. The truth is they battle something they can’t control and there is a sense of insecurity within themselves when it comes to relationships and simply, just life.

They know it’s difficult and they don’t want to burden you with their irrational thoughts and worries. So instead, they try to push you away before you get the chance to leave yourself. That’s the reality.”It’s hard loving someone who suffers from anxiety. They will be over-sensitive, they will make up scenarios in their head causing an argument, and constant reassurance is needed.”

“Find yourself someone who doesn’t make you feel like loving you is a job. Someone who will assure of you the little things. Someone who doesn’t tell you that you’re overreacting. Someone that will rock you on the floor in the dead middle of an anxiety attack. Find someone that no matter how hard you push them—they do not leave.”

Callie says there are people out there who have the calmness, patience, and love that it takes to be trusted with the hearts of those facing mental illness…people who will exude the type of love that “bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things” (1 Corinthians 13:7).

Her words resonated with people all across the Internet, and she rapidly became viral, with over 130,000 shares on her Facebook page alone. Love What Matters and even Ellen Degeneres shared the post!

We can put an end to the stigma if we work together. It all starts with lovely souls like Callie, who are eager to express their hearts and are not ashamed of their struggles. “You may have anxiety, but anxiety does not have you,” Callie writes at the end of her post. That is my wish for you now and every day.

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