Well, of course when you think you are free of panic, it creeps out of nowhere. I was at a friend's house visiting, and I had a full blown attack. This for me includes shaking, feeling of being out of my body and social awkwardness. I have not had one in a while and this is so discouraging. My heart was just racing. It came out of the blue - I am usually very comfortable at the home, and I was shaking so bad I could not take a drink of my soda!!! I was also embarrassed because I feel like everyone knew. My husband is so understanding, but he doesn't want to "dwell" on it. I actually feel so bad because I thought I had this part beat. My depression is better, but I find it hard to be positive right now. I am asking myself why does this happen to me ?
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