It the previous post, I added a response about how I had the worst PA of my life yesterday. the past few weeks have been gradually worsening, and yesterday it came to a head. My issue at the present time is driving, but not only driving, getting home from work. I don't drive on the highways, but recently, I am not dealing w/ high traffic areas either. Any place where there is a red light, and nowhere for me to pull over, is a problem. Well to make a long story stort, I called 911 yesterday. Which brings me to my point... Today, I have sought out help from a few sites, my doctor, drivingfear.com, b/c I am already fearing getting home tonite and they ALL same the same thing. They ALL say that no matter how bad the panic feels, push through it. Let it come, happen, and accept it. Sure it sounds like a great idea when they say that, but when I'm in a traffic jam of 20 cars, I want to climb out of my skin. Exactly how do I push thru it, and endure those horrible feelings? Any advice?
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