It's weird I know, but I started to learn how to drive in my mid twenties. Almost immediately I felt nervous and anxious, Normal right? At least that's what everybody says, but the more I drove the worser I felt. Behind the wheel I became a bundle of nerves, sweating, shaking, experincing rapid heart beat. Instead of feeling in control I felt out of control. If I could have jumped out the car I would have. I intentionally avoid driving now. Even the mention of me getting getting behind the wheel freaks me out. Knowone in my family understands and I feel alone and like I'm stupid for being afraid and anxious. I want to change but don't know how. Am I the only one who feels this way?
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