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by Reid Wilson, Ph.D.

Don't Panic: Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks

“The more you fight the uncomfortable sensations directly, the stronger they seem to grow. The more you run from panic, the faster it seems to chase you. The more you avoid panic-provoking situations, the more panic controls your life. If we place ourselves on guard, waiting and watching for the next signs of trouble, we are inviting panic to return sooner. How? By establishing a special relationship with panic, a relationship of opposites.”

― Reid Wilson, Ph.D.,  Don't Panic: Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks

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