when anxiety hits you, its up to you to be the better person.
yudith Female
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Pop, reggae, rock but mostly music in Spanish

Not a big fan of books except when I have a text book

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Members In Need , Anxiety/panic attacks/ fear

I'm just a girl that suffers from anxiety attacks sometimes
so bad i just feel miserable. This is bad because i have so many thing i want to do but anxiety is keeping me from doing thm. I just feel like i dont have a life. Im also afraid to date any one because i dont want to drag anybody to this miserable life of mine.

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Everything that the mind thinks and hands create

Having anxiety attacks

I'm a crafty person and I'm open to ideas

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Apr 14 2014, 3:43 am
Do you get asthma?

I had one attack in 2009, I didn't know it was anxiety - I thought something physical was wrong with me. I became unable to breathe. I could not take the air in. The situation was worsening, it wasn't asthma - it was some kind of clenching in the chest... I had my little sister drive me 1/2 hr to the emergency ward in the next town only to find that by the time they saw me, they couldn't find anything wrong with me.

I have never had it happen before or since.


From: p1lky
Apr 06 2014, 2:49 am
that is great news and no better way to get into nursing


Mar 23 2014, 5:13 pm
goodluck with restarting work. i know the feeling about not wanting to stay out of work too long. for me i had no choice i got sick very quickly with anorexia then bulimia and severe ocd.


From: p1lky
Mar 23 2014, 4:57 pm
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Mar 22 2014, 5:49 pm
that or your shots mucked your system around. And if you haven't got a history of anxiety you maybe wouldn't have a history of working out how to handle it. That year of the mammoth anxiety attack my body felt like weird chemicals were pouring everywhere and I basically cried out the toxins in a state of extreme terror... with nothing to actually be terrified about. Away from home, isolated, alone - amongst people who were not my friends... i nevertheless was feeling far more terrified than the events deserved.

I hope this all settles down for you soon and you can get back to college, and carry on with your life. :)