Somehow, I harbor a thought that the driving panic will leave as quickly as it entered, but that's just not the way it goes for us! Was passenger yesterday, wasn't off my block when the fear took me over like a wave. I could not look out the window and was curled up on the seat trying to think of something other than the terror I was experiencing inside.I attempted deep breaths but it seems when I get to a certain point the fear takes precedence! I begged to stop at a bar so I could calm down. After doing so, I sat up and looked out the window of the car and was free of the fear for the rest of the trip!! I really do need some chemical help! Maybe WITH it, I could perfect the breathing control and take back my life!!
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