I am agoraphobic. I've been trying to figure out this year what makes me panic so much when I'm outside where I live. I've found, amongst other things, that I am afraid of people looking at me. I have no problem looking at them, smiling at them, sometimes even speaking. But if they repsond or look at me I start panicking and usually have to leave wherever I'm at. Does anyone else have this problem? Does anyone have suggestions on how to deal with this?
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