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2 years ago 0 Kittycat1234 32 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo

WOWOWOW!!! That's really awesome! Good job!

Ashley -> Health Educator
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Awesome work!

It sounds like you were using some mindfulness skills. Were you doing that intuitively or do you know some mindfulness/grounding techniques?


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3 years ago 0 menagerie11 5 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I learned that even though I felt shaky and scared I was able to function normally.
It was hard to sit through the meal in a large, relatively noisy restaurant, but I kept
focusing on the "here and now" and on my breathing.
Ashley -> Health Educator
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Great work!

Challenging that fear sounds like it would be really tough but you did it!

What do you think you learned from that experience going out with your friend?


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3 years ago 0 menagerie11 5 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I have recently had two bouts of superventricular tachycardia.  One required a cardioversion in the hospital.  I have been afraid to do almost anything since then - concerned that it would happen again.  I am now on a medication that is supposed to prevent the tachycardia.  Tonight I went to a restaurant with a friend, and to three stores for brief shopping trips, despite my fear.  Despite a pounding heart and other symptoms, there was no tachycardia.  I feel somewhat uplifted that I did these things, despite the fear.

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