It’s a weird feeling. Maybe it’s Stockholm Syndrome, or maybe just the fact that I’ve lived with anxiety and panic for fifteen solid years. But now that the medication has all but removed my panic, I sometimes feel like something … Continue reading
It has been two weeks since I started the Klonopin. I still feel really good. Not perfect, but really good. I can still get a little wiggy (is that a word?) at about the 11th hour. Just a faint anxiety, … Continue reading
Or am I? This may go down as the shortest blog ever, or maybe I am just getting started.
When I last left you, I was psyching myself up to take a Klonopin. The doctor had recommended 1 mg morning and 1 mg night. I asked her to start more slowly than that. Boy, am I glad I did.
Ok, so let me start off by saying that I have been to years of cognitive therapy to resolve my condition without medication. That worked so well that my wife came to me after one of my freak-outs at a … Continue reading
of everything. I am scared of anything I can’t get out of, whether that be physically or mentally. I’m not psyched about not being in control, either.
I couldn’t breathe. The air was thick and dank, and smelled slightly moldy. I just kept taking as deep of breath as I could, and sighing loudly, trying to satisfy my need for oxygen, to slow my pounding heart. I … Continue reading