About Me: Female, 20, Sheboygan, WI, member since Nov 2012
Hello, I'm rachel I'm 18 and I've experienced a great deal of anxiety and panic attacks my whole life. I live in constant fear about my heart, i have terrible palpitations and i worry 24/7 about my heart stopping. Anxiety is a crazy thing. I cant seem to shake it off as
[More] anxiety because what i feel is so real, but as im finding out anxiety can do this to us and make us experience crazy symptoms. I'm here for advice and help but also to help and answer other peoples questions. Any comfort and advice much appreciated and I look forward to doing my best to answer any of your questions and help as much as possible!!
Hey sorry I missed your first note, and I know how you feel as well, I just saw one of your posts and commoneted on it. I would love to keep in contact with you for sure, and if you need help with nursings chool ever, just letme know, i wiuld be glad to help. would u be ok with exchaning numbers to keep in contact better?
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