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John White, MBA

John White, MBA

To English and other hives 17/11/2016

Today's column 11-17-16.

How To Cope With a Panic Attack At Work According To Science
How To Cope With a Panic Attack At Work According To Science
www.inc.com Anxiety disorders affect 40-million Americans and many of them have no idea what to do to get...
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  1. Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    17/11/2016 #3Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    First let me thank you for writing this article which is an important topic for so many @John White, MBA. Your dad had to be fairly young when he passed. I found out something interesting just last night. Those who lose parents when they are younger tend to worry about dying earlier in age too along with the pain of loss which never leaves us, it just changes with time.

    You also brought up another important topic, fleeing a place to be alone when a panic attack comes on. When I first developed anxiety disease and had no clue what a panic attack was and had a fear of passing out in front of people not to mention, a fear of what the hell is happening to me?! I remember being in a store once writing a check and my sister was with me. I signed it then quickly said, you need to finish this and ran out of the store. I sat in the car crying, not sure what was going on and she came out asking, what just happened? It was so embarrassing.

    Thanks for writing what you do to cope and reiterating how important it is to get help. People should not have to be embarrassed because they have an illness they have no control over. Excellent article John and I thank you for tagging me!!
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  2. Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    17/11/2016 #2Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #1 I just typed an entire comment and it disappeared when I hit reply, let me try again.
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