Dictionary.com defines profound as the following:

adjective, profounder, profoundest.
1. penetrating or entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge;having deep insight or understanding: a profound thinker.
2. originating in or penetrating to the depths of one’s being; profoundgrief.
3. being or going far beneath what is superficial, external, or obvious: profound insight.
4. of deep meaning; of great and broadly inclusive significance: a profound book.
5. pervasive or intense; thorough; complete: a profound silence.
6. extending, situated, or originating far down, or far beneath the surface: the profound depths of the ocean.
7. low: a profound bow. noun, Literary.
8. something that is profound.
9.  the deep sea; ocean.
10.   depth; abyss.
“Anyone with Anxiety is Profound”
  1. Anyone with anxiety is profound. Constant thoughts about the future, knowing each path can somehow be made better if you only knew what’s in store
  2. Anyone with anxiety is profound. Every fiber of your being is constantly yelling do better than your best. If you can’t do it, then the world will end. There’s no escape.
  3. Anyone with anxiety is profound. Only people with anxiety can come up with multiple scenarios, realistic scenarios, in which everything can go wrong if they’re not doing the best they can
  4. Anyone with anxiety is profound. Every little detail matters. There must be hidden meaning in that tone or that text. Now, everyone hates you. You brought this on yourself because you weren’t good enough.
  5. Anyone with anxiety is profound. The anxiety plagued are always very thorough in their assessment that the world hates them because they’re themselves. If only, something better existed.
  6. Anyone with anxiety is profound. We can pull back memories from 17 years ago. Every single embarrassing moment and only if we’d handled it differently. Perhaps by being someone else, someone better.
  7.  Anyone with anxiety is profound. Low. No explanation needed.
  8. Anyone with anxiety is profound. Thinking it’s possible that you could be ok with being yourself.
  9. Anyone with anxiety is profound. Anxiety affects the inner workings of the body but wreaks havoc on the mind like a pissed off Poseidon.
  10. Anyone with anxiety is profound. It truly is a deep abyss from which there’s no coming back.
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