The anger grows, the confusion grows. Then you realize, there’s really nothing you can do. You have a panic disorder. It happens… even after a year symptom free.
You know those days, right? Or is it just me? The days where you wake up, and immediately can tell that today, this day, will be a hard one.
9. You look at normal families weird.
If you struggle with panic attacks, like me, you’ve come to terms with the fact that at the worst moment possible you could have an attack.
Don’t you love those early summer nights?
At first, it hurts a lot. Like you’ve just had open heart surgery and watched the doctor play with your still-beating pieces and break them in his hand over and over.
We want love. Everyone does.
We touch you. If it’s something as simple as a hug, it’s a big step for anxious people.
6. You seek attention from those who understand.
During an anxiety attack in public, deep breathing is necessary. When you get really good at it, some can’t even tell.