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My friend has Anxiety Disorder

Jun 30 2010
So far I've gone a week without binging and purging! And my eye's are looking a whole lot better! Right now, I'm feeling pretty good, but I'm worried for my friend who has panic attacksand severe anxiety disorder. She is trying to get off her Effexor with the help of celexa, but she has been a basket case from weening off of it. I haven't seen her in two days and she avoids leaving the house. I know she is constently worried and anxious and on the verge of another panic attack at any moment. She barely eats and barely sleeps. Its been two weeks that she has been like this. I hope she gets better soon. It has been so bad that she missed the twilight eclipse premere last night with me and the girls. You know its bad when that happens! Any hoo, I'm really trying to be there for her, but I don't know what to do. She tells me to act normal and not make a big deal out of it. But when she starts breathing fast and shaking, I kind of freak out inside. Pray she'll get better soon!

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