I've fought it now for many a year without medication, and I just can't do it anymore. I was on lexapro for three months and I was doing so well, but then my insurance stopped and I couldn't afford it anymore. It doesn't matter anymore though, I have to get back on it... I can't live like this. I get so depressed and so down, I wanna cry all the time, its the only way I feel better, I cry and then I can breathe and everything seems so clear. I wanna be able to go out and not feel like everyone is watching every move I make, and not worry about not being able to get out of the room. I'm done, I can't let this control me anymore... I am ME; I am not panic or anxiety. I am a person, who has a problem and is going to get help, and I should not be ashamed of that. I just want to feel normal, I wanna be one of those people who is the life of the party again, I want my personality to shine through the panic. I used to be so outgoing, and now I sit here wondering who I am. I know the medication will help, its time to swallow my pride and accept it. Please.. I need encouragement and kind words.
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