While it is normal to experience anxiety in reaction to dangerous, uncertain, or threatening situations, people with Generalized Anxiety Disorder experience anxiety constantly. People with Generalized Anxiety Disorder experience pathological anxiety, which is excessive, chronic, and typically interferes with their ability to function in normal daily activities. Generalized or “free-floating” anxiety is not triggered by any one issue. Someone who suffers from Generalized Anxiety Disorder may worry about any and everything in his/her life. When left untreated, Generalized Anxiety Disorder produces a life full of fear and worry.