An interesting thing about panic attacks,& anxiety in general, is that your mind begins to associate those uncomfortable experiences with external stimuli or events.Perhaps a particular place, location, a social situation, a sight, sound, smell, person. Anything really. These associations can form even when they don't logically make sense.There is hope! Step by step we move towards recovery & recovering the freedom to go places that we once enjoyed
AGORAPHOBE - A poem about Agoraphobia, by Nathan C. Daniels, author of Surviving the Fourth Cycle. http://www.survivingthefourthcycle.com/agoraphobia.html -- "Living with Agoraphobia can be lonely. I write about it to help raise awareness and reach out to those who can relate, or want to understand."