Tears ran down my face uncontrollably.
Lifting one foot to place it a few feet forward felt like an enormous task.
I couldn’t recognize a single face on the train.
My home was a few blocks away, yet felt impossibly far.
Every cell in my body had given up on me. I had zero energy.
Heavier tears were somehow making their way out of my eyes as I began to sob in public, hoping that nobody would see me.
I open the door to my home and heard that familiar creaking sound. My living room came into view.
I took a step inside, and collapsed.
My mind raced with uncontrollable thoughts of anxiety.