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I was sitting in an examination room fixated on the clock, my heart began to race, my chest got tighter, my legs started shaking uncontrollably, and I could barely breathe.
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That was my first panic attack.
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I had no idea that that one panic attack would domino into so many more.
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It was a learned behaviour from that moment on. Every time I knew I was about to write a test, my body went into panic mode trying to protect me.
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It took years of work to unlearn that associated behaviour and to stop the panic from automatically occurring.
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Have you ever had a bad experience somewhere and when you go back there, the memory of that bad experience is the first thing you think of?
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Your brain is trying to warn you.
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We have to be able to tell our body when we are okay.
We have to feel comfortable communicating with our cells to ensure they know we are safe.
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This is where your mindset and self-awareness becomes KEY.
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Those are the tools I used to unlearn my panic reaction during tests.
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✨Are there behaviours you need to unlearn?
✨Do you experience unnecessary anxiety or stress?
✨Are you in need of a new mindset in certain aspects of your life?
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This is what I help people do!!
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