If you live in fear of having a panic attack in public, this article might help.

Posted On October 1, 2019

It happens more often than I’d like. My anxiety is a thick cloud of smoke, poisoning the air I breathe. I sit in my classes, smoke filling my brain, my foot tapping a million miles a minute. My thoughts are far removed from the moment, my professor’s voice drowned out by the screaming from within the fire.

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