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Hi, My name is Connie. I've dealt with panic attacks and agor at different stages on and off for about 28 years now. Due to life circumstances and a family history of anxiety disorders and agoraphobia I was probably predisposed to deal with this. At one point I was a totally functioning agoraphobic, traveling, driving, doing whatever I wanted or needed to do. It took a lot of focus and hard work to get to that point, but I can tell you.... it CAN be done.
2 years ago due to unexpected life events and illness I had a set back with my agoraphobia. So I've been here at mdj getting support and hopefully giving some in return.
I'm focused now on working my way back to where I was before. With encouragement, support and working on exposure therapy we all can tackle agor and take our lives back.
Hello My name is Kristy and I have suffered from Agoraphobia and GAD for nearly 15 years. I have good days and bad days - I have been really good at one time for a few years and was able to do most things. I am struggling with it a little more at the moment due to illness - both mine and in my close family. The people here on the MDJ boards are my family, friends, cheer squad and shoulders to cry on all rolled up into one! I am very grateful to be part of such an amazing team!
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