About Me: Male, 26, Iceland, member since Feb 2013
I'm 24 years old. I'm Icelandic. I play the drums and love music, I listen to extreme metal mostly and also used to do vocals for a death metal band. I love learning new things about almost everything and expanding my understanding of the world around me. I've recently
[More] come to accept that I have an anxiety disorder and have an abnormal fear of heart disease even though I'm perfectly healthy. I still obsess about health issues that could possibly lead to my death like having a sudden massive heart attack. These things have had a negative effect on my life and I would like to eliminate them from my psyche completely if possible. I'm also fond of getting to know new people with similar interests or similarities of any kind. Just knowing that there are other people going through the same things is a relief.
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