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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponder View Post
    I hope Gypsy is doing well too. I have a feeling we have not heard the last of Gypsy.
    Same here, she will be back closer to Xmas it is hard time for her. We will see Gypsy soon
    ''“If you cry because the sun has gone out of your life, your tears will prevent you from seeing the stars.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dahila View Post
    Same here, she will be back closer to Xmas it is hard time for her. We will see Gypsy soon
    Gypsy is likely enjoying the summer in Australia

    Dodging the koala bears that jump out of trees and bite you

    She must be doing well since she is absent
    "Y'all didn't have to shoot me" ~ Harambe

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    Summers in Australia are brutal these days. Hopefully Gypsy is doing well. I think it fair to note that Gypsy was also doing well at times whilst supporting others here.

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    Nixyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy why the heck you deleted your account on fb at least I knew that your are alive, I am so happy to see you !!!
    ''“If you cry because the sun has gone out of your life, your tears will prevent you from seeing the stars.”
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    ― Rabindranath Tagore

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    Nixon and Exactice! Happy to see you, hope you're not doing too bad!

    I'm sorry haven't been on here much. Been trying to cope with this and I didn't want to have a "safe-place" to go to whenever I'm feeling anxious. It felt like it somehow made it worse considering I already know how to deal with it.

    Update: 2 months later and I'm fully coping with my panic attacks again. I went so long without a panic attack, I forgot all about the mentality and the attitude I should have towards them. I was also in a very bad state before I started having panic attacks again which was really what made it bigger in my head.

    I'm grateful and thankful for the people here. It's amazing how much information a person could get from this place. You all deserve a medal!

    Life can be sh*tty sometimes and when you think you've hit the lowest lows - life will find a way to drag you even lower. But sometimes we got to meet our lowest lows to appreciate our highest highs and getting back up is worth it.

    Take it easy!

    Elias
    Proffesor deReal - at your service!

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    I agree, getting back up is always worth is. Gets harder when down for long periods of time, staying inside for days starts to compound the problem. Have to force ourselves sometimes to get out even for a coffee somewhere. Get up and make the bed helps too.

    Good to hear you're improving and better dealing with your panic attacks. Keep up the good work and its definitely worth it. One thing about anxiety that I've learned, is, it does let up eventually and we need to take advantage of those times to repair.

    Wishing you well.

  7. #27
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    Proffesor deReal are you better?
    ''“If you cry because the sun has gone out of your life, your tears will prevent you from seeing the stars.”
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    ― Rabindranath Tagore

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    Helloo Elias. Cimi here.

 

 

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