Has anyone ever accused you of malingering — that is, faking sick? It’s all too common for those of us with illnesses that can’t easily be detected by the untrained everyman.
Instead of paying attention to my breath or my heart, we paid attention to a raisin.
Sunday, March 11th: Anxiety, Panic, & Phobia Support Group Phone CallOnce again this month, DC-based panic attack sufferer Grace is holding her monthly anxiety, panic, and phobia support group phone call.
It’s time for the monthly panic, anxiety, and phobia support group phone call. Led by Grace, a longtime panic sufferer living in the DC area, the call is open to anyone and everyone who is experiencing a problem with anxiety or its close cousins.
The call will take place at 6 p.m. EST this evening (Sunday) and all anxiety and panic sufferers are invited to call in. Dial 1-559-546-1700 and enter access code 640024#.
My point is this: you’re never alone. Never, ever, ever, ever. Us panic-types might be hard to identify in real life, but telephone and internet support groups are an amazing way to meet and interact with those in like mind.
Join me on Sunday, November 13th at 6 p.m. EST on a conference call for the Anxiety, Panic, & Phobia Support group. I’ll be discussing my experience with panic disorder and leading a few activities. Here’s how to join: call 1-559-546-1700 and enter 640024# as your access code.