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    Lost sister

    A month ago, my sister was run over to death by some *******. We were very close ... A week ago I started having panic attacks, how can I live with it?

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    Re: Lost sister

    I'm so very sorry to hear about your sister.

    Have a read through the advice given on here, it's really helpful. Learning about what is happening in your body takes away a lot of the fear which having them creates.

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    Re: Lost sister

    I'm so sorry to hear about this. No doubt it was traumatic and is part of what you're experiencing now. Losing a loved one is very difficult at best and add the circumstances here and it's no wonder you're struggling. Reaching out for some professional help/grief counseling would be wise considering the circumstances.

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    Re: Lost sister

    I'm so sorry for your loss.

    In 2014, I lost my best friend suddenly, and I started having panic attacks immediately afterwards. It shut down my life for a time, and I pretty much felt apart completely there for awhile, until I got myself into grief counseling and I was put on an anti-depressant. I can't stress getting into counseling or therapy enough. Some grief is too much to deal with alone, and that's why we go into a state of panic. Please call your insurance and getting into see someone as soon as you can.
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    Re: Lost sister

    Losing someone close is a terrible experience. Everyone keeps saying that the pain goes away eventually, in fact, it doesn't, it only becomes smaller. Her memory will always be there, actually, I've come to see this as a good thing, it helps remember the joyful memories. Apart from time, talking about your feelings is the best way to deal with them. Getting counselling for grief helped understand how to cope with the pain and move. I still sometimes get overwhelmed with feelings and regrets but it has been getting easier with time.
    Last edited by karenzoall; 27-09-21 at 08:48.

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