Why My Anxiety Attack Story Will
This may seem like a page out of your life and if so, your going to want to pay close attention. I'm positive that after you read my story and learn how I overcame my Anxiety attacks a rush of relief will run through your body...
I'm extremely relieved that you've found my blog because not only will my story shock you, it'll almost certainly save you from giving up on attaining the relief and peace that you deserve.
My name is Monroe Wilson and I'm just your average 37 year old father of three. I have a good job at a local phone company that has enabled me to live comfortably with my family...perhaps too comfortably.
You see, I wanted more. I wanted the bigger house, the nicer cars, big screen tv and well, the list just went on. Although I had a good income, I could not afford to own all the things that I wanted. But I found a way....a way like so many others have...credit cards and loans.
I began to charge up and eventually max out my two cards and then I did the unthinkable, I dipped into my 401k retirement. When it was all said and done I had amassed a debt pile that equaled $30,000+.
Then, The Inevitable Started To Happen.
I began to fall behind on bills, stress started to build and it was taking a toll on my marriage. I had dug a massive hole, one that left me standing at the bottom with what felt like the dirt being filled in all around me.
Now I'm not a claustrophobic person but I can tell you that I began to feel like one. Everywhere I turned it seemed like there was another bill being slung in my face or "something" just happened to come up where we needed money to fix that "something".
Under this new found stress I began too feel something that I had never felt before. It felt like paranoia at first and it just seemed to get worse and worse. Little things that I would normally blow off now began to bother me and saturate my thoughts.
Then it happened...
I arrived at work around 8 a.m. like I normally do with a bothersome thought that I had had since the night before. I got a call from what my caller I.D. said was "private". For some reason though I convinced myself it was a creditor calling even though I had no idea who it was because I never answered it.
Well, that thought persisted through the night and into the morning and consumed me after I arrived at work. It was like everything hit me all at once. I felt just a huge negative overwhelming sensation, the likes of which I had never felt before. It literally paralyzed me there on the spot.
Eventually after a little more searching, I found something that worked like gang busters for me...
I don't know if it was fate or what but I landed on a site called Panic Away. Lady luck must have been smiling on me that day, let me tell ya.
I had never heard of it before and because of my recent experiences, I was willing to try anything to feel relief. And you know what, that is exactly what I found. It seems as though thousands of others have used it to help them as well.
The reason why I recommend Panic Away is because I followed their plan for a matter of what seemed like moments and the results were almost unbelievable.
The feelings of the dirt being piled in on top of me, creditors calling me, paranoia, all the things that left me feeling paralyzed just seemed to fade away. I had never felt anything like what I felt before Panic Away and I hope I never do again. It scared the hell out of me and if your reading this you know what I'm talking about.
I mean, Panic Away was a literal life saver for me. I can't thank my lucky stars enough.
Anyway, I hope you've found this information useful whatever your situation because if I had known about Panic Away before I had my "melt down", I could have saved a lot of time and energy looking for relief. Give it a shot, it worked for me and it just might work for you to.