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Updated: 2018-04-23T09:05:54.363-06:00

 



Doing what is best for you is, imho, best. We do h...

2007-11-21T07:56:00.000-07:00

Doing what is best for you is, imho, best. We do have to push ourselves a bit, but we can't go over our threshold. Slow steady exposure, that is what helps, not situations that push us into panic attacks. Your plan sounds great to me.



Holidays can be stressful even to non-panic attack...

2007-11-20T19:29:00.000-07:00

Holidays can be stressful even to non-panic attackers.

I hope you have a super panic-free Thanksgiving this year.

:) Bill



Prepare for the best (and the worst), and hope for...

2007-11-19T18:01:00.000-07:00

Prepare for the best (and the worst), and hope for the best!

Most of us are going to have to go through this. And most of us will probably have a better time of it than we had anticipated, with some rocky moments mixed in.

Hope you're doing well.

D



I appreciate the comments from doris and I hope to...

2007-11-19T10:25:00.000-07:00

I appreciate the comments from doris and I hope to get there someday. I currently agree with nicole j. butler because its true. It sounds very easy but its really really hard. I am going to try my best to remind myself of the facts but at the same time, I know I can't be unprepared for a worst case scenario.



Much easier said than done.

2007-11-19T01:15:00.000-07:00

Much easier said than done.



How about win-win? Anxiety is caused by lose-lose...

2007-11-15T13:44:00.000-07:00

How about win-win? Anxiety is caused by lose-lose thinking. You could make Thanksgiving a day of acceptance.

The more you avoid reality, the higher your anxiety climbs. The more you deal with facts, the more relaxed you become.

Stop taking care of your family and enjoy them. Start taking care of yourself and relax into your own skin and power. You can enjoy Thanksgiving and be a good model for the whole family.