Large crowds, leaving the house alone, driving highways, and lately driving at all, fear of the unknown, and skunks. These have seemed to worsen with the onset of my illnesses, especially the agoraphobia, and the driving thing. I would love to know how to conquer these fears. I did drive the highway every day for a year straight hoping I would \"get used to it\". That never happened. It never got any easier. It was like seeing my life pass before my eyes everytime I got on a freeway ramp.
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