Ish I Don’t Like: Panic Attacks

31 Aug

Just when I think I’m out, they pull me back in!!!

After a great day at work and a wonderful evening planned, I picked my son up and it started. While I was talking to the sitter, it felt as if a bag of bricks had been placed on my chest. One by one, each heavier than the next. I didn’t hear a word the sitter said. I made my way to the car, breathing labored. Somehow I made my way home and collapsed on the bed. I kept saying to myself, “Calm thoughts…” I did deep breathing and prayed. Slowly a majority of the anxiety subsided. I’m still sitting here flustered by what took place. I honestly thought I was going to die. Hopefully a hot shower and meditation will shake off the rest. In the morning I am going to pick up my Ativan. Rather be safe than sorry the next time around.


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