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Crazy-Brain part 2

Hello Again! Its ~Drew, back for part 2. Its been a week since I wrote Crazy-Brain. A lot has happened since then, mostly internally.  First, after a week of level 10 anxiety and panic attacks, I finally came down. It … Continue reading

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Calming Down

    About 4 months ago, I started meditating semi-regularly for the 1st time in my life.   My therapist had shown me some breathing exercises to do when I was caught in a panic-attack, along with some calming/reassuring mantras. … Continue reading

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The Anxiety in Spain Falls Mainly in the Plain

In the mail yesterday I received a new counselor recommended workbook called The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety. I spent about 30 minutes today flipping through it to get an idea about the book, its principles, and its tone. The … Continue reading

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One Step Beyond

It has been 17 days since my last Effexor. The brain-zaps, though not changing in frequency, have lessened in intensity, giving me some relief. The physical side of the equation is coming into line. This week’s change is on the … Continue reading

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