Dating an agoraphobic
I started messageing him (cos he cant make first moves) and he started to message back, and we developed our friendship.I heard from our friends that he had feelings for me and had no clue or confidence with what to do.Im worried that he is pushing himself too hard and that i am enableing him and setting him up to fail - I'm worried about pushing him too much unknowingly, but I also dont want to patronise him ( i am a stupidly postive person and that can sometimes comes across that i am making light of serious issues) .I'm worried if I did fully commite to a relationship with him, it could be unfair on him as I would pretty much hold all the cards...
There are, however, a number of treatment options that can help alleviate the symptoms or, at least, make them more manageable.Severe attacks can often feel like you’re dying or going insane, as your body releases massive amounts of epinephrine to fuel a primal “fight or flight” response. Famous southern cook, Paula Deen suffered with this illness for twenty years, resulting in a fear of death she developed after losing her father when she was nineteen years old. Actress Kim Bassinger went public about her battle with Agoraphobia, admitting that it kept her homebound for extended periods, and caused her to live in confusion and shed tears on a daily basis. I even beat it more often than not, with teeth clenched and shaking legs, I’m usually able to make it through that door and function, even if it is on a limited basis —even if I do need a hood over my head, sunglasses, and possibly earplugs.These attacks are exhausting and terrifying events… Ironically, it’s been reported that the most noteworthy person of fame who lived with Agoraphobia was Sigmund Freud. Now if you can accept the fact that Miss Bassinger, Dr.Most experts agree, however, that suffering severe panic attacks and developing a continuous fear of having these attacks is the direct cause.
In fact, Agoraphobia where there is no history of panic attacks is extremely rare… Panic attacks invite a list of frightening symptoms including accelerated heart rates, tremors, and shortness of breath.or does is this just a typical boy meets girl thing and i'm reading too much into it? I'm worried he is putting too much emphasis on "me" - not accepting that he is making all these positive moves for his own sake, but rather doing them for me... But as said previously- its not my right to take away opporutunities (for either of us) based on his mental health issues - they dont bother me in that sense. Sooner or later he's likely going to return to his hermit like state and cut you out of his life.