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    Hi, you have a history of coping and sorting yourself out. You will do it again! Big changes can cause little blips, but you are doing all the right things. Be gentle with yourself and keep going, it will pass x
  • an hour ago
    Hello. It might be the change. I dealt with something similar with work. So much was changing and I thought I was fine "rolling with the punches", but then it hit me out if no where. Know that you will be ok, continue doing what's best for you. If...
  • 3 hours ago
    I completely understand and sympathize with you. Mines a heart attack or stroke. If I get a pain in my arm, chest, or back then I'm automatically having a heart attack. A headache will be a stroke. I've been to the er numerous times and to my gp ...
  • 3 hours ago
    Hello Sapphire, Sorry your feeling like this, I got out of a 9 yr relationship a couple of months ago, had been with him since I wAs 15, change is scary not so much the breakup if you really put it into perspective people are actually afraid of ...
  • 3 hours ago
    Hi Jenb, I think it was brought on by the change, if you were fine and doing well without him it must not be that. People get used to routine so when you finally got the clarity that your life has moved on, your body naturally reacted to the ...
  • 3 hours ago
    Haha, I like that attitude, when I feel the anxiety or depression are overwhelming me I'll definitely say it! - Although that is quite a lot recently, so my housemates will probably be like "ok... we get it, you're a bad ass bitch." Haha, ...
  • 4 hours ago
    I dated a guy for 2 years about five years ago and I just knew something wasnt working and he wasnt right for me. As much as i "loved" him, I knew the fate of the relationship. The thought of breaking up (especially if I was the one who would have...
  • 4 hours ago
    Ok, I need help. To make a very long story short, I have overcame anxiety for the past 5 years of my life. I only really have anxiety about once a year (thankfully I have learned to cope with it at any other times without meds) Well two weeks ...
  • 4 hours ago
    Hiya, thank you for replying. I see what you're saying about the the pain passing after the breakup. I think in many ways the fear of it is a lot worse than the process of breaking up would be as a whole. The only really bad bit is the actual ...
  • 4 hours ago
    Hey there, I think that change is scary. No matter who you are. The thought of what we have known and are comfortable with possibly changing will cause anxiety for a lot of people (including me!) Please PLEASE do know that no matter what happens...
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    I know this can be serious. But I have very little money, I can't bring myself to get a job and I am slowly failing my second year of uni due to depression anxiety and other complex symptoms. My priorities seem all wrong. I am so scared I'm going...
  • 6 hours ago
    This past while I am in a dark place,as I have posted recently,so dark that I decided to go back on my a/ds that I was on a long time ago.I took them for 2 nights and I am feeling dizzy,so dizzy.I also tried sertraline,and this made me panic so ...
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  • 8 hours ago
    If you feel like u were going to die then the hospital is the best place 4 u and if they say ur healthy then maybe u might just have a fear about dying I think u mite have a slight parania problem were u fear the worst and ur working urself into a...
  • 8 hours ago
    After counciling try spend the day with sum1 that makes u feel good and talk to them about how u were left feeling after counciling I find that can be good support to sum1 going tru counciling
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  • 9 hours ago
    Hi Bailey, Do you get that back thing when you are stressed or at rest too? I know the unbalanced thing couldn't be high blood pressure on my part it's always borderline low/normal. Hope it's just vertigo induced by anxiety, I've been having a bad...
  • 9 hours ago
    Hello Kenny, Thank you for the recommendation! Hopefully it's one or the other. Both manageable :). ~yaz

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