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jhori82
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10 years ago 0 jhori82 466 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Welcome aboard, Silver!  Glad to hear your positive about overcoming anxiety, it's a hard burden to carry, but we definitely can overcome it.  Look forward to seeing you around!
Genejockey
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10 years ago 0 Genejockey 187 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Hi Silver
 
Welcome to the forums. Sorry to hear about the difficult events that have lead you to this point in your life. Hopefully you will find people here who can relate toyour problems.
Brenna, Bilingual Health Educator
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Silver Wintersea,
 
Welcome to our support community and thank you for taking the time to introduce yourself. We strongly encourage you to take a look around the program and familiarize yourself with all of the tools and features that you have available to you. The members here are great and you will find a lot of great support and advice. Get started working through the sessions and learning more about your anxiety.
 
Thank you for sharing your story with us. It sounds like you have already overcome some very major obstacles in your life. Keep your positive attitude in moving forward with your anxiety and depression. Looking forward to learning more about you.
 

Brenna, Bilingual Health Educator
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10 years ago 0 DazedMommy1 313 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Welcome Silver Wintersea...
 
I'd like to say you show great courage in sharing your story.  I'm sorry to hear of your loss and the terrible things which you've experienced.  I can't even begin to understand.
 
I can relate though in having years free of panic disorder / ocd and then it rearing it's ugly head in a different form... For me it was after the birth of my second child.. it was a slow slide but eventually it was back and different... my obsessions went haywire... ugh...   I'm not great again.. the odd "glimpse" or "shimmer" of it every once in a while but my life seems to be back on track..
 
That being said yes you can do this again!!  and for whatever reason - maybe hormones?! you're body chemistry is changing again.  You just need to find your "new" balance.  It is like being slapped though.. I was pretty crushed..but I've learned with time that it never really goes away but if managed right you can live a truly amazing life...
 
I look forward to learning more about you!...and I love your pic.
Silver Wintersea
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10 years ago 0 Silver Wintersea 7 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Good evening,
 
I am new to this board.  I have come out of my remission from Ocd, Agoraphobia and now have had Major Depression and an undiagnosed PTSD for a year + following the death of my spouse, a shooting and sexual assault.  I did not realize during my grief period (almost 2 year's) that when I actually started feeling better and the severe depression started to alleviate (now moderate) that my ocd was presenting itself in new paralizing phobias that I have not experienced during the past and that my agoraphobia was creeping back in my life, as well as new anxious type behaviour's and symptoms .
 
I feel like this is quite a slap in the face after enduring all that I have to be seemingly *out of the blue* after several years of therapy & medications to be blessed with another bout of this.  
 
Anyways, I'm sure that I will be discussing more about this in other posts.  Hello to all and Good Luck to all that read this as I did manage a few *great* years 90%+ symptom free, so I know that it is possible :)
 
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