I work at a restuarant as a waitress. Last time I was at work, I had a panic attack. It was pretty bad, not the worst I have ever had (I didn't pass out this time) but it was in front of several of my colleagues. I don't know how to approach this. Most of them don't know what a panic attack is. They were all looking at me like I was weird or they were asking me if I was sick. I don't know how they will react when I see them next. I mean, what if they treat me differently? (This is the first time I have had a panic attack in the work place.) What if they act like I am weird, or something other than what they know? I have been through this with friends. I am just unsure how to act myself. I am just nervous about going back. I don't want people to think I am crazy. What should I do?
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