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    SoulNHealing posted:
    Is there anybody out there with good advice&did you are have you overcame fear without warning&no reason why should have it. It just comes out of no where and mess up,what has been a good day&turns into worse.
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    legion420 responded:
    look into xanax.helped my sudden attacks but i must warn-once on xanax,your stuck.its as addictive physically as things like heroin & cocaine in a way but or at least i have never had issues with screwing around and not taking exactly as prescribed.ive been on 2mg bars for roughly a couple years now.see what your md thinks-can't hurt asking,i guess.


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