Hi everyone, I'm having a really hard time right now and I need you support. We need to sell some animals to help pay the taxes and I'm having a really hard time talking with people. I do ok on the phone or internet, however, once they get here, I get really suspicious of everyone. I don't know how to make these feelings disappear. I'm taking my meds. Does anyone have some anti-anxiety / panic attack cures out there? We had a really nice guy call and ask to see the mother yesterday, and he came by, I did ok yesterday then, today when he called back to ask if he could bring his wife and kids to see the mother. I got really supicious, my hubby had to take them out to the fence for them to see, I wouldn't go, even though I had spoke with him on the phone. Once they were here for awhile, out at the gate, I ventured out and put one of the other dogs away and took our baby lamb up to the fence and said hi. Then excused myself and went back to the house. I just don't know how to make these feelings go away. Its driving me nutz, I can't seem to do anything, I don't trust anyone, I'm suspicious of everything and just this guy calling and coming out has set me into a tizzy. He's been gone about 4 hours and I'm still stiring around, upset and wondering what he's up to. This is just nutz, at least I realize this is nutz right? M y husband says he doesn't know what to tell me to relieve my anxiety. I'm exhausted with these thoughts, I don't know how to make them go away, any ideas? I'm feeling like I want to go to sleep and not wake up, because it seems like I can't handle life anymore.
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