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    An_250841 posted:
    So, let me start with a little bit of back ground.

    I used to get panic attacks that would make it so for the rest of the day i would have anxiety. That was about 2-4 times a week from the time is was 16 to about 19.
    I never treated them, they just kind of went away as life moved on.

    And now that i am 23, today is my first major panic/anxienty feeling since i was young.

    My husband and i are about to leave the house we are renting to live with a family member for a couple of month while we get his credit straight so we can buy a house. the problem is, i like being dependent. The closer i get to moving out of this house, the worse it becomes. So, i push the moving date out a little further. But that makes us so broke.

    I really hate this feeling and i am stuck. All i really want to do is break down. But i cant =/

    I really dont like this feeling


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