I,ve had the condition for some time now the earilest I can remember was around 8 years old and it took several years to finally realize what it was, after hearing about it on the oprah show. It's called a panic attacks and it strikes me when I'm trying to write something. I simply lose all sence of control and I am unable to read what I am trying to write.. Now I'm 50. Altough Im unable to correct the problem it continue to ruin my life every chance it has. Weather at work, school or out in public I constantly have to be ware of my surroundings. The three doctors I',ve seen all have told me the same ideal that it;s noting to worry about and will eventually go away. I',ve hid this from my friends and family through the years, and that may account for the unacceptable behaviour I have put them all through.
I keep praying God will help me and feel as if I have no one else to turn too.
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