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Facebook Buddy System for Panic Attack Sufferers

Facebook Buddy System

It is hard enough to tackle your panic attacks, but even worse when you have to do it alone, and without anyone around who understands what you are going through.   Panicattacktherapist.com has now come up with the idea of starting a Facebook Buddy System to help people, who feel they would benefit from support from someone who has already completed the programme and has more experience of the techniques we teach.

New clients, or those going through a bad patch, can now buddy up with another member who has more experience of the programme, and receive the  support they need.   If you feel that you need that extra bit of support, just post your request on the page and wait for someone to contact you.   If you don’t feel confident enough to make a request, just read the posts for a few days till you feel you are ready.

Facebook buddy system reading:

Panic Attacks Help – Yahoo! Voices – voices.yahoo.com
Panic attack sufferers are thoroughly familiar with the shortness of breath, pounding heart, dizziness, and stomach issues that are associated with their anxiety.

Panic attack – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sufferers of panic attacks often report a fear or sense of dying, “going crazy,” or … A back rub during a panic attack can help if the person has problems breathing …
Panic Disorder « Anxiety UK
Sufferers of panic disorder often feel fine one minute, and yet the next may … Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia is a complete course to help the reader beat panic attacks …

*** Disclaimer:   Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

Extreme Panic Attacks and Anxiety

Panic Attack Therapist

Extreme Panic Attacks and Anxiety and no help!!!
Extreme panic attacks are on the increase and there doesn’t seem to be much out there to help sufferers.   Doctors will tell you there is nothing wrong with you, and put you on medication.   Psychiatrists will try and blame everything on what happened to you when you were 4 years old.   It seems the problem is that, unless you are a sufferer of extreme panic attacks, no-one really understands how bad it can get.If you want to look at how much extreme panic attacks are  costing the economy, the numbers are immense.  There are many people on benefits because they can’t work, the doctor’s surgeries are clogged up by people who think they have heart problems, and the emergency services are continually being used because sufferers think they are dying.   If even a small sum of money was invested in providing advice to sufferers, instead of putting them on antedepressants, we could save a lot of money and have millions of happier people.

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