Agoraphobia Support Group

Agoraphobia Support Group

AnxietySocialNet is the Agoraphobia support group available for you


Are you searching for other people as you troubled with Agoraphobia? Wish to write about your experiences and help other people being affected by Agoraphobia?


AnxietySocialNet certainly is the world's fastest growing online social networking and support group for people being affected by Agoraphobia.


Our online community has been built upon the approach that sharing you experiences and talking with people, who comprehend you the most, is one of the most effectives methods to take care of Agoraphobia.


You aren’t the first, or the last, individual being affected by Agoraphobia and therefore you are able to use others’ experiences in order to help you rise above your Agoraphobia.


Our support page creates an opportunity for an easy exchange of experiences and guidance. You are able to join the AnxietySocialNet in order to either give or receive support, and you can choose to make your interactions private (through private chats) or publicly (through discussion board).


In AnxietySocialNet you have the opportunity to help keep a diary exactly where you can publish your experiences, share how well you're progressing and maybe inspire other individuals in a moment of need.


You'll be also able to share articles, photos, video and much more, that will make your social experience a lot richer and will permit you to link and interact fully with other people.


We encourage you to use your real identity and pictures on your profile since we believe that putting yourself available can have also therapeutic value. Nevertheless, in the event you would prefer to remain anonymous, that is feasible and totally up to you.


Sign up now at no cost to our Agoraphobia support group!


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  • mti
    Most Common Questions Related to Agoraphobia
    Started by mti 1 Reply
    This hasn't been posted in for a while, but I figured I'd give it a shot. When I get panic attacks, I tend to completely tear myself up. I beat myself up for things I thought I had gotten over, but they come back when I have a panic attack as though I had done nothing to resolve my feelings. For example, about a month ago I had to tell a friend that he needs to stop flirting with me because I have a boyfriend, and he was hurt by it but he understood. I've forgiven myself for hurting my friend and when I don't have anxiety, I hardly think of it. However, this past week I've been getting panic attacks for no reason. During these panic attacks, my mind races and I go back and think of all the bad things I've done and beat myself up about them. When I'm not feeling anxious, I know this is a silly thing to do, and I know I shouldn't feel bad about these things, but it's difficult to maintain that thought when I'm in the middle of a panic attack. Does anyone else get this way? It would be reassuring to know that I'm not alone in feeling this way.
    Last replied by ambie630 on Wednesday, 07 August 2013

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