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HAHA! 108 members and not posts for over a year! Probably because we're all a bunch of agoraphobics, no? ;-)
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Anyone here watch the show Shameless on Showtime? One of the characters suffers from agoraphobia. Though it's approached in a rather comedic tone,...Anyone here watch the show Shameless on Showtime? One of the characters suffers from agoraphobia. Though it's approached in a rather comedic tone, the writers do show the disorder justice in some scenes and just how terrifying the reality of it can be. Those that I have seen commenting online about the topic in the show have showed great sympathy for us agoraphobics. Show more
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