Here You Will Learn How to Stop Panic Attacks, Develop a Plan for Generalized Anxiety, and Get Your Life Back…
Welcome to my anxiety self help blog! My name is Jill Green. I am “40 something” years old and have had anxiety and panic attacks since I was 7. I wasn’t officially diagnosed with panic disorder until 1989, when I was 24 years old. For years before my diagnosis, I tried desperately to find out what was “wrong” with me. After the diagnosis, I was over medicated, under medicated, overwhelmed, and confused for many years. I did everything in my power to stop panic attacks, but they only got worse over time.
I have also struggled with social anxiety disorder since my early teens. I remember panicking at the sight of someone I knew in the grocery store, for fear of having to talk with them, or being hugely disturbed for a week at the prospect of attending a casual neighborhood gathering. Because I was unable to stop the panic attacks and control my anxiety, things like sitting in church or a movie or going to my daughter’s soccer game were unbearable.
I suffered greatly and for far too long from anxiety disorders and sometimes felt it would be better if I just ended it all. Life was just too hard.
Does any of this sound like you? Then you’re in the right place and this is an anxiety self help newsletter you’ll want to read. You don’t have to suffer for years like I did. Today I am able to control my anxiety, and even stop panic attacks. Today there are excellent resources and for people who suffer (and I do mean suffer) from panic and anxiety attacks, GAD, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and agoraphobia. I share these anxiety self help resources with you freely, because they worked for me, and I know they can work for you too.
Today… my life is a joy. I consider myself a “recovering anxious person.” Despite my long history with anxiety, years of setbacks, my own personal hell with drugs and alcohol, and lots of bs from doctors and therapists, today I am living a wonderful life of quality. I no longer live in fear of the next panic attack. Today I have a handle on my anxiety. I have peace and happiness in my life and you can too!
I know how hard you are suffering with your anxiety disorder, and how hard it is to find relief. I know because I have been in your shoes.
Let me guess, you feel no one understands your pain or your suffering, not your family, not your friends, and certainly not your doctors. You have tried everything in your power to stop panic attacks but A) they just didn’t stop, or B) your anxiety actually got worse.
That is why I created this site. No hype. No bull. No confusing medical jargon. Just facts, methods & resources I have tested personally, anxiety relief strategies I use myself, and tips that I know for fact will help you stop panic attacks and get relief from your pain. Here we focus on permanent solutions and recovery from panic attacks and anxiety.
If you can relate to any of my story, then you are definitely in the right place. You are not alone in your suffering, and you can get better. I’d like to help you…
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I wish you peace,
What Readers Have to Say:
“Dear Jill, what a relief to find your panicfreeme! I am already very greatful for all the information that is out there and that describes so well how and what a feel. Again, that you so much for caring about people like me.” – a reader
“i read the report last night and since then everytime i have a bad thought i replace it with a good thought . well i hope this works and i WILL get good results. and thanks for all the help you are willing to give to people that you dont even know but you care and know what they are going through. thanks again.” – a reader
“Jill thank you so much you many emails and advice. I know in Heaven there is special place for care givers like yourself who want to reach out and help other people who suffer from anxiety and fear issues.” -Cary
“Thank You so much for sharing your experience, it gives me alot of hope. Also, I am extremely proud of you for what you did and are doing.” Mary
“I super appreciate and love your website. Somehow I feel that at this point of time, Im not alone! That I’m not the only person felt that “panic mode” and depression. Im still looking forward for more more more more posts from you. Thanks and God Bless!” – a reader
“You are sure to learn self help for anxiety, how to stop panic attacks, and the best treatment for generalized anxiety disorder. She shares her personal experience, an honest opinion, and is a breath of fresh air for those who suffer from anxiety disorders…”