Hiya im new and in need of some friends that understand, im a 27 year old with two sons aged 7 and 3, i have suffered from anxiety since i was 7 years old and can still remember the first ever panic attack i had it was at night my mum had been taken into hospital after having a nervous breakdown (this is now one of my biggest fears i think this will happen to me) and i was at my aunts house and i had a panic attack i was so scared i didnt have a clue what was happening and thought i was going to die, from then on i have suffered from panic attacks, they have ruled my life for so long!!! i have my worst panic attacks at night i wake up for no reason at all and have a massive panic attack i shake uncontrollably and feel sick ect, it is worse if i stay anywhere unusual so holidays are a big no no i went to butlins a few months ago with my husband (we are seperated) and my sons and had such bad panic attacks we had to leave at 2am in the pitch dark and i drove home at night and had a massive panic attack on the motorway and had to pull over cos i thought i would pass out at the wheel and kill us all, so now i have devloped a fear of driving on busy roads!! i feel so stupid like i should pull myself together does anyone else feel like me or am i just a weirdo !!!
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