First let me tell you how sorry I am that your "Friend" made you
feel that way! You said that you have been their for her in the past
which is what friends do for each other, you might want to rethink your friendship
even if she doesn't understand what you are going through, you are
going to need people around you that are positive and supportive
as you do the program and leave the panic and anxiety behind.
As to your daughter, as you go through the program and learn new
coping skills you can pass these skills on to your daughter. I can tell
you from my own experience I have a 21 yr old daughter and she is out going
and confident, and I have had anxiety and panic since she was born
I made it a point when she was growing up that if I saw her struggling
with everyday childhood fears I would try and give her coping skills
and support to deal with the issue. Just because you have panic and anxiety
doesn't mean that she will. Do the program and lean on the people who have your
best interest at heart and let the others fall to the wayside.
All my best.