Post Edited By Moderator (Howlyncat) : 7/12/2008 5:03:06 AM (GMT-6)
I am very sorry to read you are suffering from this miserable ill.The best piece of advice I can offer (and I know this is going to be rough) is to feel the fear and do it anyway.I was housebound Agoraphobic 5 + Years and am stepping out to live again.If I can step outside my front door,walk down my walk and get in a Vehicle you and anyone else can do it too!Agoraphobia is the MOST scariest thing I ever in life experienced,but to get on the other side we must step through the wall regardless how we feel.I'm living proof it can be done.
Best and hang in there
** above poster was worse than you and now she is going out running .......there is hope
Baby steps IMHO are the answer
Let us help you
I apologize for the tardiness of my reply. I've been visiting doctors, trying to solve my TMJ problem. Yes, more pain and suffering. It seems that the only time that I do get out is to visit those in white coats and stethoscopes.