Thank you all. It means a lot.
I have, since my last posting, quit my job. It wasn't an easy thing to do, especially since I don't have another job to go to yet. That being said, I've talked with friends, and many of them have said that if what I have going on (which is caused by the job) is bad enough to keep me from work for 2 weeks, I should probably examine whether or not I really need to continue on in that job. I've thought it through before quitting. I tracked my finances and how much I have and will have, and it seems in the most extreme case, I can still make it by a few months without worry should I not be able to find another job.
All that aside, I have been putting in applications like crazy. I've already had interviews, so I am remaining positive and hopeful that I will find something soon. I still have trouble with anxiety, though now without a stressful job contributing to it, I can focus on trying to find a new one. I believe that most of my anxiety at this point is coming from not having a job and the financial security that comes with it. Once I get something that wont stress me out, I think then I can concentrate on centering myself again.
If anyone has any advice on how to try and change anxious thinking patterns, that'd be great. I find that while I can distract myself for a while by focusing on something I like doing (playing a game, watching a movie, taking a walk), when my mind is then left without anything to focus on, my thoughts turn to anxious ones of worry. Before it was about an overwhelming workload and how I was going to get it all done. Now (and this is lesser than before) it is about my financial security, but I find this a little easier to handle. Still, I need to try and master getting myself out of these kinds of thought patterns, so any advice would be greatly appreciated.