I dont know wether anyone else will find this helpfull but I did. I started a panic book about a month ago, I decorated a ringbinder and put different sections in. One for attacks, write in a notebook or something when you a in the middle of an attack (i know its not allways easy but write how you felt afterwards and put it in.) then another part for research, go on the internet and research everything about panic you can find and put it in. and another for helpfull things, lists of songs to listen to when your panicky, poems, anything that helps you in panicky situations. It might not work for alot of people and some may think its stupid but its really helped me to keep a log of my panic, also helpfull for counsellors to have a look at.
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