My daughter is 12. She has been having terrible panic attacks the last four weeks. She has hardly been in school. She is now taking med's until she can manage them. It's such a scary thing to watch and also very frustrating. I try not to lose my cool, but sometimes it just work. I have been fighting for my child in school almost daily, I have to fight her to get dressed and get in the car and out of the car and up the steps to school. Any suggestions to help a 'MOM' would be great.
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