Share the Struggle: A Conversation with Osher Günsberg & My Story

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The first time I had a crippling panic attack, I was only 7 years old. Just one year later, a bottle of anti-anxiety medication was prescribed to me and eagerly handed over to my parents by my psychiatrist.

With a nod of approval, we were hustled out the door. It was unbeknownst to me at the time that a tumultuous journey had started as the battle in my…

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Emma Sheridan

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I write about my own uncomfortable, unspoken and real thoughts and hope to connect through shared experiences.

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