difficult child's anxiety is rising again. The reason struck my funny bone and left me almost speechless. I tried really hard not to show my amusement but he saw through me. The subject of heaven came up in Confirmation class last week. difficult child would have a better handle on his anxiety if he didn't over analysis every thing. He doesn't want to go to heaven (it's o.k., he doesn't want to go the other place either so heaven it will be). He says he is not looking forward to it. Why? Because there will be no change - life will be the same forever - and you know how long forever is? He wants God to move us around from time to time - a change of scenery, a vacation a day off, etc. I so wish he hadn't put that thought into my mind! I think I agree with him. LOL!!! It does sound boring doesn't it! ROFL!!! However, he is super anxious about this so I tried to hold it in the best I could and shared my view point - that everyone will be at peace and you will not even know what boredom is and we don't know, maybe God will move us around from time to time? Not sure that helped him. I am not laughing tonight though - He said he didn't feel well tonight and when I asked what was going on, he said he is starting to feel like he used to (during his anxiety days). I told him that panic/anxiety attacks can come up for no reason. He seemed relieved at that. Then I remembered husband had told me that difficult child was in his office before supper reading the bible so I asked what he was reading about. He stated the events leading up to the crucifixtion. I asked why he was reading this and he stated that something was brought up during Confirmation and he was looking into what the bible says about it. He said he felt like this before reading and I told him that if it was something from Confirmation that the info was already working inside of him and that could be what is triggering the anxiety. This may be an interesting Easter! For now I am letting him deal with it. See if he can conquer it on his own tonight. I will dig a little deeper tomorrow for more info about what he is struggling with if he is still anxious or maybe just talk to him about what tools he is choosing to use to combat the anxiety. I don't know that I can help him with the subject he is struggling with so I will work with him on how to deal with the anxiety it is causing.