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nervous disability

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 29, 2006
  • 09:28 AM

hi iv been told that i have nervous disability, but im not sure what it is even tho iv got it. Its been explained to me why they think iv come to be like this and that in time i will find it easier to cope with and have been given difrent things to do to try and keep calm and they said i have the symptom some of them being shaking, stumbling over my words, fidgiting, panic attacks and so on and i know that setin things i should stay away from like coffee, smoking and alchol but i still dont know what it is

what is it?
why do i have it?
am i the only one?
will it ever go away?
will it get worse?
what other things should i stay away from?
what should i say to peaple when they see me at my worst?

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  • Im like that as well. When i'm around people and in stressfull situations I start shaking, fidgiting, flinching etc. It's really hard to deal with - ive gotten used to it now and can suppress most of it - but I have lost my personality as a result (I have really poor interpersonal skills and dont talk much) after 4 years of irregular Kinesics, and haptic behaviour ill try my best to answer:what is it?Im not really sure.why do i have it?I dont know. How did you come to get it?am i the only one?No I have it aswell. Sorry for the late replywill it ever go away?It gets easier over time but it has never completely gone away for me. will it get worse?It depends on how you deal with it I think.what other things should i stay away from?Avoid stress like the plaguewhat should i say to peaple when they see me at my worst? I dont really know. In my mind I always think people judge you at your worst. Some people you can break the ice with, but with others it can be arduous...Post again if you ever read this, or maybe someone else can give us some advice on this condition.
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