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Concrete Claustrophobia

I have developed a new internal conflict over the past few months of living in the UK.

I love it! The freedom to walk the streets whenever I please. 508 more words

"The Descent" into Creepy Unexplored Caves!

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Director/Writer: Neil Marshall

Starring: Shauna Macdonald, Natalie Mendoza, Alex Reid, Saskia Mulder, MyAnna Buring, Nora-Jane Noone

Nothing says “adventure” like gathering your closest friends and saying “Here’s a creepy undiscovered cave that we should explore and NOT tell the park rangers where we’re going. 373 more words

Movies

the son of all fears

My younger son had a panic attack last week. I wasn’t with him; he was on spring break with his dad and brother, exploring a cave outside Austin, Texas. 305 more words

The Woman

Naked Souls and Four Walls

I feel these four walls closing in on me with each exhalation. My breath inversely driving my claustrophobia. When I close my eyes and inhale for a second, the misery of this life spreads outwards only to come rushing back when I expire — like a spring-wired mechanism that’s come undone and sucked me in its convoluted snaps and throes as it collapses into a condensed pile of mess. 195 more words

Introspection

Rock Band and PTSD. Yup.

I don’t know that I ever would have guessed this, but someone at church started providing their Rock Band game during our weekly volleyball/game night, and I can’t think of a better way to say this: it kicks my anxiety’s bu*t! 1,030 more words

Anxiety

Fears

Hai World,

So maybe this is a touchy subject to some however I feel discussing our fears helps overcome them. I have two main fears: claustrophobia (the fear or tight enclosed spaces/ no escape) and thanatophobia (fear of death). 868 more words

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