Ok thanks so much. I’m gonna post again in 5 weeks. Don’t humor me anymore until then. I am definitely catastrophizing in my head I have been locked in my home for a year. I have been nowhere. Only reason I can cut my hair is because I was a hairdresser before my business closed due to pandemic but I’m def loopy!!!It's fine. Chill out.
They are fine. Seriously, stop stressing about your nails.Hi, everyone. Feel free to ignore me or get mad at me but I am looking for advice. I’m very depressed recently. It goes in and out. Last week my sister was in the hospital with covid and although everything is ok now I think I’m still anxious about the situations going on around me and I take it out on my nails and think about that. I can’t stop thinking that something is going to happen during this appointment where the tech won’t be able to give me a set or do anything at all! It’s driving me completely wild. I wish I could get a consultation beforehand so I can just prepare myself... it’s just I feel like this is the only thing that can help me from mutiliating them can I ask you all just honestly if your client had nails like these would you turn them away? Like what would you do if they wanted a set? Would it be a no? I’m getting very anxious thinking about it and I know it’s crazy but I guess it’s just i can’t take the anticipation
Thank you. I know it comes from a good place. Yes I’m aware. It’s a combination of anxiety and depression for sure. I’ve been talking to an over the phone counselor.None of my business I know, but as we have confirmed that your nails are in a healthy state, have you considered that anxiety or depression may be at the root of your worries?
Perhaps you have already talked to someone about it in the past? Could you source some help, life is very stressful with Covid all around us, it may be having a negative effect on other parts of your life?
Reach out to someone to talk about your anxieties (may be a friend, relative, GP, counsellor etc), it might help you to stop focussing on your nail condition and address your underlying thoughts.
Learn practical tips and techniques to look after yourself when you're living with anxiety. Includes details of peer support options and places to find more help.www.mind.org.uk
Best advice is to leave them alone until they grow out.Hi guys. I just want to ask. About two weeks ago when my sister was in the hospital was picking at my cuticles and cause a scuff with my fingernail so I went to buff it out with the 240 grit like a dumb idiot!! It hurt for days... burned something awful so bad I couldn’t sleep and then went away. But there’s still that little scratch and I notice like when I rub it with the cotton balls to remove the strengthener or kind of just touch it it’ll burn a little or just feel weird. My nails are long so even if I like itch my arm or pet my pets. It’s been over two weeks now and still hurts so I’m worried if maybe it’s a hole or something, idk like what can I do for this to ease the pain??