Just a quick note to say hi! staying in your room will only make it worse. Plan very short outings and celebrate the success of each outing as it means you're getting stronger and stronger.If it's nothing more than stepping out your front door a few minutes, then maybe a walk to the mailbox and then maybe a short walk down the street. Pray to God about your anxiety and he will help you get past it. I've experienced it myself and I can now function normally with a job and everthing. You can do this!
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