Here it comes again...i cant breathe..im going crazy im going to do something horrible...mmy head is floating...somebody help me..OMG please dear god make it go away and i will do (whatever)....people are going to laugh at me. Sound familiar? I suffer from horrible anxiety and have since a small child. Personally i am sick to death of this crap. So i say...Come on anxiety im ready for you. I cant breathe so what. Ill faint and breathe again. I know in my heart of hearts im not going to do anything. My head is feeling floating becuz of rapid breathing. I dont need anyone to help me...i can help me...but its okay to aak someone to help...god is listening ang wants u to help yourself but i donate to st. Judes childrens hospital. This is the saint of lost causes...it helps me. And as for people laughing...they would help you as you would help someone in distress...i say dont rage against anxiety. Use reason to cope. Any symptom can be treated with thoughtful reasoning of "so what if i feel this way". This helps me along with medication...hope this makes sense in some fashion.
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