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dunnette posted:
can anyone tell me how do i live with this disorder i have been recently diagnosed wit?
i am so very scared
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Patricia Farrell, PhD responded:
I'm not sure which disorder you have been diagnosed with, but I'm assuming it's anxiety. Don't be scared. That is part of the disorder and it can be controlled.

If you have been diagnosed, who made the diagnosis? You may just need some lifestyle changes and the use of self-help techniques like relaxation breathing (see our Tips column).

I hope things do improve for you.

Dr. Farrell
 
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jessyca1989 responded:
hey.. if your talking about anxiety... i have anxiety too... do you know why u been getting anxiety? mine is from taking a A.D.D ppill for four years then stopping... for eight months i was scared to take meds, go any where. i felt like i would have a ppanic attack. i even started humming 24/7. it got so bad that i was to harm myself... instead i went to my doctor n told him what been happening. He gave anxiety pills... even tho i was scared to take them, i just did it anyways.. after 15 mins .. i was living life and anxiety is not getting in the way of my life
anxiety is a fear.. you dont trust urself... i did not trust myself.. i was scared all the time that i was gonna have eh panic attack aagain


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