OK , first of all i moved 6months ago from the subberbs BC to right in the middle of a BIG city, Toronto. While living in BC i NEVER drove in the city, ever. Now i do...apparently not well but i do. I say apparently cuz i got pulled over by the police today....i cant remember the last time i was pulled over...can you say anxiety attack OH cuz i sure can. I was shaking like a leaf, sweating, could barly breath or get my words out. My BF said i handled it very well, i didnt think so, but i didnt throw up on him so thats good, lol! I had made a left turn where your not aloud too. Typical downtown cant turn anywhere, one way streets everywhere, lol. SO the cop comes up to my window, tells me what i did, i said "oh sorry im not from here" that didnt work i still got a fine just a little one. So the cop is on his way, im sittin there just a shaking, thinkin NOW i have to go grocery shoppin...AHHHH! Well i did it, i slowed down my breathing, told myself i CAN do this i WILL be fine!! Im not lettin anxiety win, and it didnt, i did!!! Not to long ago i would of turn around & gone straight home, Im not that person anymore, & i love it! =o)
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