No one likes feeling anxious. But what if that “anxiety reflects something admirable about you: a sensitivity to the complexity of moral life.” In Aeon, Charlie Kurth argues that worry is an important part of being a moral person. (Now I’m worried my anxiety is missing some key elements…)

+ “The problem was not that I simply chose not to be ‘normal,’ that I allowed my fears, baseless as they may have been, to conquer and dictate so much of my life. The problem was my brain.” Tracy Clayton in Buzzfeed: When taking anxiety medication is a revolutionary act.