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Misatheginger
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Vampire.queen
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Anxiety. Do people ignore it, or say their "over dramatic"?

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Started: 4/23/2015 Category: Society
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Misatheginger

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People diagnosed with some type of anxiety or general anxiety learn to cope with this for the rest of their lives. People with anxiety often have, what some might call, a panic attack when they get overwhelmed. They have to take time and calm down. Yes, there is medication for this, but does society really help this? Would it help someone who has anxiety to tell them that there just "faking it" and being "over dramatic" about things. If a friend or colleague is have a panic attack and no one decides to help out, would you ignore it?
Vampire.queen

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I belive in some cases it can help to tell them there over reacting because most of the time it is the case were they are like i have a freind and know multiple people who ocasonialy have anxiety attacks but its always over small things like someone rejected to date them or someone just wont Agree to there terms so i would tell them to stop because there over reacting by saying that they know they wont get the pity they want by having that anxiety attack
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Posted by Pythasis 1 year ago
Pythasis
The way you word this makes it look like a forum post. What is your argument?
Posted by MissLenaElan 1 year ago
MissLenaElan
I might accept this, however I can't tell what you're arguing.
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