Not getting out

IntroductionVenetian blinds credited

You could try using one of the following statements:

  • “I can be anxious and still deal with the situation.”
  • “I’ll just let my body do its thing. This will pass.”
  • “This anxiety won’t hurt me, even if it doesn’t feel good”.
  • “This feeling isn’t comfortable or pleasant, but I can accept it.”

More detailPanic attacks etc

  • What is the range of symptoms?
  • Can people with high functioning Asperger’s be severely effected by
    agoraphobia?      It seems so:
    – High functioning autism is associated with anxiety disorder,  which is what causes agoraphobia.
    – Someone describes their own experience
    – A discussion of the link between high IQ and anxiety
    – NAS article on Anxiety etc & Aspergers’ .        Note:  page 3 is on Anxiety.
  • Can virtual reality help with not getting out?      Video           Text           Research

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