Daily Thoughts 180: Disproportionate Anxiety Disorder

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Sometimes I suffer from Disproportionate Anxiety Disorder. That’s right, DAD.

DAD Sufferers (DADS) worry about things. Even if we’re all stoic on the outside, inside DADS worry about reputation, success, relationships, and their children. Sometimes out of proportion to any reality, as in worrying about not getting good grades when you have always done so and getting stressed about it. This past weekend we had a national day of recognition for DADS everywhere. It’s heart-warming to see.

Developments

This morning I worked on my second day of dictation, focusing on Drive-By Stories. Mostly, I brainstormed ideas for possible stories. I’m also considering sharing the records (spoken punctuation and all) as a sort of podcast for the project. For the moment, I still have work to do before that happens.

In any case, I thought it was an interesting idea.

I also spent time working on the website. Cleaned up a few things with the layout. Moved the About information off the main page. I still have work to do to get the functionality that I want with the site, but it is coming along. I hope to have support for multiple stories soon, and will work on that next.


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Author: Ryan M. Williams

Writer and artist, Ryan M. Williams, author of more than twenty novels, writes across a range of genres including fantasy, science fiction, romance, paranormal, and mystery. He holds a Master of Arts from Seton Hill University in writing popular fiction. His short fiction has appeared in anthologies from Pocket Books, WMG Publishing, and in On Spec Magazine. He currently attends San Jose State University, pursuing a Master of Information and Library Science degree.

1 thought on “Daily Thoughts 180: Disproportionate Anxiety Disorder”

  1. Thank you for choosing my Pixabay image of my dog Daisy. She truly was an anxious creature, but intelligent and would have seen the humor in the link.
    I wish you the best of luck in your writing endeavors!

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