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I experienced my first anxiety attack in the summer of 2014 while locked in the bathroom stall at my corporate fashion job. At this point, I had been living in New York City for a little over two years, but it felt like a lifetime.

Up until that point, I had experienced severe digestive issues—I thought it was normal to unbutton my pants after every meal—and had itchy, dry spots on my eyelids, cheeks, and elbows. My body was continuously stressed out because of having too much coffee, too much wine and Tito’s, too little quality sleep, and not enough vegetables.

Not to mention, I was uber-stressed at my job on most days, leaving me feeling exhausted and ready for another glass of wine (and a pint of ice cream) by the time I got home.

I now recognize all of my physical symptoms were attempts to tell me where I was getting lost and where my boundaries were being violated. The stomach aches and sleepless nights were piling on top of each other and becoming my new routine.

See the thing is, my whole life I was told I was too emotional, and I took that story on as my truth without question. I eventually convinced myself I was a big basket case full of emotions, and that to be a “good person,” I had to bend over backward to make everyone happy.

Deep down, I felt like shoving my emotions and throwing myself into everyone else’s problems would somehow make me less emotional. Over time, the less sensitive I forced myself to be, the unhappier I became. Not to mention, the significant blow-ups in my relationships that left me feeling like an absolute crazy person.

I felt trapped in this endless cycle of frustration, resentment, and people-pleasing. It always ended the same way: me, burnt out and feeling like shit.

Over time, I realized my stress arose from being afraid to say No —whether out of reluctance to hurt others’ feelings or due to my crippling anxiety and lack of self-care.

I then quit my corporate job and graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York. Today, I am a published author of Boundaries with Soul™ and a self-care coach whose work has is recognized on places such as Elite Daily, MindBodyGreen, Bustle, and Hello Giggles. I’m also a proud recovering people-pleaser.