Suffer with anxiety... started October 2007. Got thrown drugs first treatment. Ativan for 4 years. Slowly increasing dosage, taking as prescribed. More problems, anxiety getting worse. Found out was dependent on ativan. Saw specialist withdrew SLOWLY with the help of Re
[More]meron in 2011. Got my life back! No longer take pills. Still struggle with anxiety here and there. Won't touch meds again if I can help it. :)
Hope you feel better soon! Sorry I didn't get to reply to your thread. I was trying to get to it and just didn't find the time. I really couldn't add much to it anyway...you've already got a good handle on what's up and what to do about it. Acceptance that you're having a reemergence of your anxiety.....that's a huge one. Seeking reassurance is understandable, but you have to rely on your OWN coping skills as well! I'm here for you my friend!!
Hey there dear! Can you check out this thread? I think you would be of great help to this young man! Hope you're doing well! <3
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