Just wanted to chip in here a bit. Not sure if it had with PAWS to do or whatever, but had a pretty rough month with anxiety and stuff which eventually ended. This also could have with other life issues to do. During the process I opened up to plenty of people in my life. Friends, family, girlfriend, a doctor and other people. Putting into words what I have been feeling have helped a lot. That's a tip for you guys. Don't sit here on the forums, dwelling over how awful you feel. Instead open up and seek support for it in real life aswell. I think that's a vital part of recovery. Life will hit you when recovering, you will start sensing stuff and potentially have to deal with a lot of buried stuff. You will need to start appreciating yourself again, loving yourself for the one you are. Also realize that it will take time. But don't keep staring on the day counter, panicing over not feeling good at once. It will come, but it will take time. Instead focus on living your life, dare to take steps. And again, find support. Don't do life alone. These burdens are heavy to bear, and will only get heavier the longer you come. I feel alright now, and it's quite comforting to know that things will pass. And don't lay too much into "PAWS". It may have to do with that, what you feel, but it could also be a hundred of other things in your life. Don't blame it all on your recovery, instead think positive and proactive. You are awesome. Keep on fighting and be proud of what you accomplish. Things will turn, and in the end you will feel great about what you are doing now. Every day is a day closer to becoming the person you want to be.