I hate my paranoia. I have a constant fear of dying of carbon monoxide poisoning despite living in a house with no heating.
Is this a recurring fear for you? I don’t know if you are currently getting treatment, but Cognitive Behaviour Therapy can help with distressing thoughts. It teaches you how to think about your thinking, and how to minimise thoughts that aren’t realistic or constructive.
It is a skill, so it takes some time to be able to use it effectively, but it does help.
There are a lot of resources online about CBT, if you are interested.
If you don’t feel comfortable doing that, you can pick up a carbon monoxide alarm from a hardware store or eBay for pretty cheap.
I hope that you are able to find comfort, one way or another.Source: yourejustacopyofanimitation