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I really hate panic attacks guys. (excuse bad grammar and whatnot)

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Okay so to keep things short and simple I'm kind of an anxious person and some of the time, the littlest things can throw me into an anxiety/panic attack, although it's kind of rare. Normally they only last a few seconds and then I'm fine and go about my day, but for some reason just a few minutes ago I got hit really hard by a really bad one and I have no idea why-I was just sitting in front of my computer and listening to the Newsies soundtrack (don't judge! :) )and it was probably the longest one I've ever had and it's still going, although it's starting to ebb a little bit and now I'm starting to get a little freaked out on top of that because I have to go to work in 15 minutes and I don't know if it'll be gone by then because it ebbs but then it kicks back in in like 20 seconds and I really don't trust myself to drive while panicking.
I WOULD tell my parents, like I usually do, but they've taken to just telling me to calm down (which doesn't work. at all.) and then they don't really do much.

I really, really hate panic attacks. I could understand if there was a trigger, but this time there wasn't one.