Last year I lost someone unexpectantly and since then I have started having weird reactions to change and absence. When someone, specifically my fiance, leaves the house either to go to work or whatever I instantly begin to worry. At first its not so bad, but as time passes my heart starts beating super fast to the point that I feel like I am going to throw up and I can't think straight I just start thinking of everything bad that can happen while he is out. I also get very flustered and cry a lot. Is this feeling a panic attack? I know that I should talk to a dr but I hate dr's so I figured I would see what others thought first. Thanks for any advise.
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