My work with clients is to help them recognize and build on their strengths to find solutions for the conflicts presented in their lives.
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September 14th, 2018 2:10am
It sounds like you had an Anxiety Attack. I have them too. They suck.
Mine end sooner if I do breathing exercises and doodle.
Talking about it can help - whether to people here, a counselor, or a physician.
1. Talking to people who understand helps to make me know I'm not crazy. Here is my favorite!
2. Counseling helps. A lot of schools/colleges have free counseling, or you could get it online, or look up cheap counseling in your area.
3. Some people need antianxiety meds. I don't, so I can't give specific suggestions, but my friend takes them, and they really help her! So talk to your physician to learn more.
It's scary, but if I can make it, you can make it. You have a good community here to support you.
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