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living with the symptoms

Posted by michel on August 1, 1999, at 23:44:34

I would like to start a dialogue about some of the odd and frightening symptons of panic disorder. I believe my son would really benefit from hearing that he is not the only one who has these strange symptoms, that many times he cannot even describe. The one that bothers him most is the feeling that he hears things repeated in his head, like an echo. Another is feeling like an electric shock is going through him. Sometimes it is hard to convince him that there is not something terribly wrong with his brain . . . or rather that if it is, it's something that he can compensate. Anyone else ever feel like the lone ranger? Or I should say the wierd lone ranger? I feel very involved because I've suffered from panic disorder my whole adult life though I appear to live a very normal and actually very "Brave" life! I sometimes feel guilty, that I have "passed on" this terrible condition.




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