One Cause of Anxiety Attacks

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ANXIETY ABOUT ANXIETY IS META-ANXIETY

One Cause of Anxiety Attacks

Simple. Anxiety. Although there are different reasons for Anxiety, there is only one cause of Anxiety Attacks. The cause is Anxiety!

In autumn of the year, near Halloween, we know Thanksgiving and Christmas with family gatherings are coming soon. For some this causes as much anxiety as joy!

The Anxiety that builds due to expectations of events or possible conversations is dread that is Meta Anxiety. This high Anxiety fearing Anxiety Attacks is Anxiety about Anxiety and it is Meta Anxiety!

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BE PATIENT WITH YOURSELF.

When you learn a new way of looking at a problem like Meta-Anxiety, it is a good time to stop and encourage yourself. The problem may have a new definition and a new name, but how does it affect you personally?

Your problem hasn’t become more intense, you simply have a new way to explain how you are feeling. Clearly stated, now you understand your problem better!

Meta-Anxiety falls under the designation of expected Anxiety. Once you learn the ways you can slow and stop this form of Anxiety.

Cure or Treat the Symptoms

Anytime I speak of Curing Anxiety, I am speaking of General and Common Anxiety. There are some Types of Anxiety that are biological in nature. For those, I suggest treating symptoms to achieve relief. Of course, these Types of Anxiety may produce Meta-Anxiety as well.

Treating the symptoms for maximum relief is sensible in all cases. Until you can find the cure that works for you, and there is no silver bullet that works for everyone, treat the symptoms. Also in all cases, get a diagnosis from a medical professional you trust.

You need to know which Type of Anxiety you have as you begin treating the symptoms:

  • confusion
  • nervousness
  • shaking
  • dilating pupils
  • pectoral muscle spasm
  • high and low blood pressure
  • sudden intense fear
  • inability to concentrate
  • breathlessness
  • choking
  • fainting
  • and this is a limited list.

Distract From Anxiety by ‘Grounding’

One of the best ways to alleviate the cause of Anxiety Attacks is Grounding. The act of focusing the five senses on the world around you to distract from Anxiety is Grounding.

If you are starting an Anxiety Attack, try listening and note two things you can hear.

Then, what can you smell? The scent is our strongest sense! Upon trying you may smell two or three scents.

Look around yourself. Not in fear, but to pick something you want to see! And look at it! Ground yourself in this way. When you go to an event giving you Meta-Anxiety, Ground yourself when you arrive!

If you are at an event where there is food offered, you can use your sense of taste to Ground yourself. Sometimes Anxiety causes its sufferer to have nausea, but Grounding calms your Anxiety and your stomach.

Cause of Anxiety Attacks Summary

I do not know what Type of Anxiety you have, or how severe it is for you. Some people deal with anxious thoughts on a daily basis. For some of us, this has been crippling in that we could not go out in public places or even family events! There is hope for you.

Hope that was not there even five years ago. There has been a shift in Psychology from blame-based to learning to love yourself. Be aware, of course, there are many of those who still use blame-based therapy.

If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are confidential.

Learning To Love Yourself

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If your mind is filled with Bad Messages and anxious thoughts try to learn Good Messages for yourself! Read them, and think about them!

Change “I’m not worth anything!”
To “I’m enough, just as I am!”

Main Cause of Anxiety Attacks

In summary, the main cause of anxiety attacks is High Anxiety. There can be many reasons for the foundational Anxiety. One of the more troubling symptoms of Anxiety is anxious thoughts with Bad Messages!

Changing Bad Messages to Good Messages is something that shows improvement in your health. It leads to more peace in your thinking and a better outlook on those around you. When you are constantly “telling yourself” you are not enough, you feel like others think the same way.

Maybe they don’t! What if you are the one not giving you a chance?

About Me-Janice’s Anxiety

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About Me-Janice’s Anxiety

I don’t know what to say, and that is not a good way for a blogger to start a new Post. It doesn’t exactly instill confidence that exciting things are to come. But the title of this post is About Me-Janice’s Anxiety.

I am Janice Fox-Henley and I will tell you as plainly as I can about Janice’s Anxiety. I will write of how it ruled my life for fifty years, and then of how I broke free of it’s worst clutches.

Sometimes I don’t even want to think on the sixty-seven years dominated by anxiety’s grip. On the other hand, I am so blessed to be in control of my life now, much more than I was! Although I will more than likely always deal with a cloud of anxiety, it is so much better!

Janice’s Anxiety-First Anxiety Attack

At age five, Janice’s Anxiety showed up with my first remembered anxiety attack. All my kindergarten teacher asked me to do was show my toy and tell about it. Yes, it was my introduction to public speaking! To keep a long story short, I couldn’t do it!

Thirty-four years later I would have a physician put a name to what had happened to me when I was five. Social Anxiety Disorder with anxiety and panic attacks was the diagnosis he gave to me. With Bipolar and Severe Depression, the report was complete.

Anxiety would cripple my ability to do everything from Book Reports, to Class Presentations, even to trying out for extracurricular activities in school.

Success From Janice’s Anxiety

In July 2018, I found CBD oil, tried it, and got a physical measure of relief! With this success, I went forward and found Barry Joe McDonagh’s program PanicAway.

The PanicAway program helped me adjust my way of thinking, successfully as years of psychiatry had not done.

Depression Is Not A Friendly Emotion

During the Fall of the year I became nine years old, depression settled heavily on my young head. I know this is how old I was because we lived close to an old cemetery and I would walk the rows of the graves.

Crying because I am so angry the dead people get to be dead, it doesn’t seem fair at all!

If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are confidential.

To a greater or lesser degree, with other mitigating factors, I felt like this for fifty-four years! During this time I married and we raised two healthy well-adjusted people, a miracle isn’t it?

For the last fifteen years I have lived without Depression, for in 2004 after a prolonged bout with Bipolar Mania, I was no longer depressed! Now, this is on my mind today this day in June 2019, because I sense Depression starting.

I am not sure how to handle this? First, I will make sure I am taking my medications correctly and on time.

I will more post later………It has been two days. I am ready to write.

Depression and Anxiety-Mania

If I put a touch of Bipolar Mania with Bipolar Depression, I have Agitated Depression. This is not a comfortable or easy to explain to someone else, state of mind.

Besides this Type of Depression, I have had to cope with two other Types of Depression at different times.

First, I lived under the painful Severe Depression that comes with Suicidal Ideations and leaves you lost in a dark bottomless hole unable to think. This Type of Depression requires medication and a medical practitioner to diagnose and prescribe. Usually, bloodwork has to be done on a regular basis to monitor the medication.

Second, I did deal with the Depression that comes from accumulated problems, like financial difficulties, or the inability to perform in school like everyone else. This Type of Depression is predominantly tied to circumstances. Sometimes medication can help, either way, a competent medical professional is needed to diagnose.

Therapy can usually help this person more than anything else. If there is a need to rethink the way of accomplishing tasks, then with a guide to help, one may find answers.

Depression Today

Coming with first waking thought is the need to work. I am so weak and tired due to the Myasthenia Gravis, but I feel such pressure to finish my work! There is so very much to do and so little time!

This situation leads me to experience Depression almost taking away the joy in the work, and for me, there is joy in my work! If you have Depression do not lose your joy! Claim joy daily, hour by hour if necessary!

Thank you for allowing me to write to you!

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Many Types of Anxiety

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Many Types of Anxiety

We know there are many Types of Anxiety, not the least of which is Common Anxiety. There seems to be so much confusion concerning this! Most of us don’t realize there are several Types of Anxiety, and then so many levels of these Types.

For different Types of Anxiety, it will be different kinds of therapy that will work to help the person suffering. Frequently it will be a combination of talk therapy and meditation. Sometimes it will actually require medication to resolve the Anxiety for the patient’s relief.

Anxiety Meditation Garden Gate

The opening picture for this Post is how I picture my Anxiety Meditation Garden Gate. I have had the same Gate in my mind’s eye since 1990 when I was taught to meditate for Anxiety relief. It calmed me then, and it does now. Then I had to find out how from a psychologist but now you can get a recording on Guided Imagery from a store.

With each Type of Anxiety, you will discover upon examination different forms of beginnings and ages of onset of symptoms. Some will present with a certain event for which a precise event can be determined as a cause and possible beginning! This will sometimes be a Natural Disaster (Hurricane, Typhoon, Volcano).

Disasters & Triggers

As likely the event cause be a Social Disaster (War, Murder, Sexual Abuse, Rape, Violent Assualt, Divorce, Torture). And I know, many more, of both kinds, but I cannot list them all!

From events like these, we later realize we have “Triggers”. So, when something frightens, shocks, or hurts us we remember it. When something reminds of it quickly in a way that brings on an Anxiety or Panic Attack, this is designated a “Trigger”. Of course, all Types of Anxiety can result in Anxiety Attacks with or without a “Trigger”.

Personally I have had Anxiety Attacks since the age of five, sometimes three or more a day when unmedicated. But throughout my sixty-eight year old life I have only had three Panic Attacks.

If an Anxiety sufferer has these, they are sometimes said to have PTSD. The treatment for this is therapy, meditation, deep breathing, and often medication.

Ongoing Unrelenting Stress

Then at times, it will be a time in the person’s life from which there was no reprieve from continual Stress! If this ever suits you, you will know it not just a few stressful weeks while you produce that job for your employer. This Stress will be ongoing unrelenting Stress of taking care of the elderly or ill for a prolonged time, years!

Or as is happening to our elderly population now, being plunged into prolonged poverty ill-prepared to cope with the state of their finances. We have our Severe Depression and Suicide Rate amongst the elderly spiraling out of control!

Social Anxiety Disorder SAD

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is a more clinical illness Type of Anxiety and different students of Anxiety disagree about it. I must be clear about this. Social Anxiety Disorder is a form of Autism and a patient is born with it. There are ways to achieve high levels of relief but little chance of a cure at this time from Social Anxiety Disorder.

Social Anxiety, that is a form of General or Common Anxiety is different from Social Anxiety Disorder. SA accounts for predominantly 80% of Fears or Phobias of facing groups of people to speak. Social Anxiety is usually Causal by the effect, thus curable. This does take time, patience, and I would insist on kindness!

Aromatherapy is useful for calming the frazzled edges at times! Choose your favorite scent, and let the aroma waft into the room, soothing everyone in there. For Anxiety, the scent most often recommended is Lavender. If you can massage a tiny drop into your temples it is extremely relaxing!

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Water – A Natural Remedy

? I want to share with my Readers this article by Barry McDonagh, an international panic disorder coach.

Water Helps Ease General Anxiety!

Water Helps Ease General Anxiety!

Today I want to look at something so simple and yet equally powerful in alleviating the symptoms of general anxiety.

This tip also helps reduce the frequency and strength of panic attacks.

Fresh Drinking Water

Water is a great quencher of thirst but more importantly here -a great quencher of anxiety.

Read all about it on my blog here :

http://www.panicaway.com/blog/water-helps-ease-general-anxiety

Barry Joe McDonagh

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Anxious Thoughts and Broken Records

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Anxious Thoughts and Broken Records

Have you ever noticed that anxious thoughts are like a broken record?

I know with Ipods etc. it’s a bit outdated to be using a record analogy here but it works well to illustrate a key point about anxious thoughts.

Remember when a record got scratched it made a very unpleasant sound and caused the needle to get stuck on the same groove.

The same one line would play over and over again ad nauseam until you picked up the needle and moved it past the scratch.

Anxious thoughts are bit like this. You might be happily going about your day and then something triggers an anxious thought.

The worry the thought creates sends an unpleasant shock wave through your nervous system. (The scratch on the record).

Then once you start reacting to the anxious thought it is hard to stop thinking about it over and over again. (The needle stuck in a groove)

The repetitive anxious thought can last minutes, hours , days depending on how upset you become by the thought.

I want to share with you a quick technique to jump out of this anxious groove. This technique is you learning how to pick up the record needle and move it past the scratch.

Here it is:

1, Observe 2, Trust 3, Move

Observe the anxious thought and label it. Say

“Oh there is fear X again, imagine that”

Try your very best to not get sucked into reacting emotionally to the thought.

Then

Trust that what you are worrying about will in all probability never come about. Almost all the anxious thoughts we have are a complete waste of our energy.

Trust that things will work out fine.

Joseph Cossman said “If you want to test your memory, try to recall what you were worrying about one year ago today.”

If you are religious/spiritual then hand your anxious thought over to a higher power. Trust that there is nothing to fear and you will be looked after.

Trust and let it go.

“Every evening I turn my worries over to God. He’s going to be up all night anyway. ” ~Mary C. Crowley

Lastly,

Move your attention elsewhere. Focus on something positive that takes your mind out of the anxious groove.

Replace the anxious thought with a positive thought. You are not trying to suppress the anxious thought, you are simply moving your attention elsewhere. To continue the record analogy, you pick the record needle up (your attention) and move it out of the groove it was caught in.

If you are engaged in an activity then move your attention fully there. Be 100% present in the moment.

If you are walking focus on the surroundings, if you are driving observe all the sights and sounds. If you are with someone focus all your attention on them.

By moving your attention into the present moment there is no room for anxious thoughts to dominate your mind.

Play around with both moving your attention to positive thoughts or into the present moment. Different people find one or the other is easier to accomplish. The key thing is to move your mind out of the anxious groove and put you back in your natural flow.

So to sum up remember O.T.M.

Observe, Trust, Move

It takes a bit of practice but as long as you remember the above 3 steps you will be able to dramatically eliminate anxious thoughts from your day.

To learn more about how to end panic attacks and general anxiety fast then

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Barry McDonagh

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Gratitude Lifts The Weight of Anxiety

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? I want to share with my Readers this article by Barry McDonagh, an international panic disorder coach.

Gratitude Lifts The Weight of Anxiety

Let me tell you why the art of gratitude is such a great tool for ending anxious thoughts.

A lot of people write telling me how their anxiety makes them feel very cut off or removed from the world around them. This sensation can be distressing as people fear that they will never be able to feel normal again.

This feeling is common and in my experience is mainly fueled by a cycle of anxious thinking.

A person with a panic disorder or a generalized anxiety disorder will spend much of their day mentally “checking in”.

Checking in is a term I use to refer to how people with anxiety constantly monitor their mind and body.

“Am I feeling ok?” “How are my thoughts ?”

“Am I feeling secure or on edge right now?”

The reason regular checking in happens is because anxiety has such a powerful effect on the mind and body.

People tell me that they can deal with the anxious bodily sensations but it is the anxious mind that causes them most distress. That is what I want to address today.

Anxiety can often feel like a thick fog has surrounded your mind. Nothing really seems enjoyable as you are always looking out at the world through this haze of anxious thoughts and feelings. This fog steals the joy out of life and can make you feel removed or cut off from the world.

The anxious thoughts act as a barrier to experiencing the world and this sensation of separation then leads to feeling even more upset as you fear losing touch with yourself.

So how do you get this anxious fog to lift from your mind?

When someone is very caught up in anxious thoughts they are top heavy so to speak. The constant mental activity they are engaged in has caused an imbalance where all of their focus is on their mental anxieties.

A powerful way to move out of this anxious mental fog is to switch your focus from your head to your heart.

By simply making a deliberate shift of attention to your heart you will find the anxious thoughts dissipate more easily and the mental fog starts to gradually clear.

You can make this switch by practicing the art of gratitude.

I am sure you have heard of people speaking about the art of gratitude and the benefits it can bring to you.

Did you know that it has now been scientifically proven that regular practice of gratitude can dramatically change your bodies chemistry giving way to a more peaceful body and mind.

The Heart Math Institute has 15 years of scientific research proving that a simple tool like the art of gratitude can dramatically reduce stress and improve performance for individuals and organizations.

Many Fortune 500 companies are now starting to use this technique to reduce work related stress.

I am going to outline the technique briefly in a very straight forward exercise so you can start practicing right now.

When you practice this exercise you will feel a lightness and greater sense of perspective on any matter that has been troubling you. This activation of your heart emotion will lift the sensation that anxious thoughts create.

This is a very simple exercise but it is really powerful. Print it off and try it someplace where you can be alone.

Are you ready?

-Begin by closing your eyes and moving your attention to your heart area.

-Imagine a feeling of warmth emanating from the center of your chest.

If appropriate place your right hand there. If you are around people or driving etc. simply imagine your right hand resting on your heart area.

Imagine this area glowing warmly for one to two minutes.

-Now, begin to focus on something in your life that you feel a genuine sense of appreciation for.

This can be one or more things that you really appreciate having in your life (e.g., family, health, friends, work, your home, a beautiful day etc).

It is important to focus on things that spark a real sense of gratitude and appreciation. If you really appreciate the thing you are thinking about, you will immediately feel a response from that area by way of a light warm sensation in your chest or an involuntary smile (remember those).

It does not really matter what you think about as long as it evokes this feeling of warm appreciation from your heart area.

Don’t struggle with this exercise. Everyone has something they can be grateful for. (Remember, the cemetery is full of people who would love to have your problems!)

Do not worry if you are thinking of your partner/family and you do not feel this. Some days it will be people close to you that will spark the heart feeling, other days it may be gratitude for very simple things like the fresh air you breath. It depends on the mood you are in, -remember it is the feeling you after.

The feeling we are looking to achieve is unmistakable, it is a positive change in your emotional state.

I say it is best to do this exercise alone because you will need to stay with this feeling for as long as you can.

Then, when you feel you have taken it as far as you can, open your eyes.

There is no time frame on this exercise, it can be a few minutes to half an hour. Again it is about establishing a heart/mind connection and getting your awareness out of the anxious thoughts and more into your body.

After a few attempts you can incorporate this into your daily routine.

Do it in the car. Do it sitting at your desk. Do it before you sleep at night.

You have to practice it frequently. Just like a muscle your heart will get more accustomed to this state and you will be able to switch into that feeling in seconds.

With practice you can also use this exercise in the middle of any stressful situation. You will be surprised at the positive outcome in terms of your own stress levels and the change in others around you.

This simple exercise can completely transform the outcome of interacting with other people, be it work or personal relationships.

This is especially true where there is conflict or misunderstanding between you and other people. Try it out, see what happens!

Be creative with it and make it your own daily ritual for yourself.

I am sure you agree that it is a worthwhile exercise to incorporate into your daily life. It is my experience that most people do not have the patience or time to make major lifestyle changes. By using this one simple exercise you can make a dramatic improvement to the quality of your life.

The simplest things in life are free and this is one of those gems.

Don’t pass it up

Kind Regards, Barry Joe McDonagh

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CURING ANXIETY

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Curing Anxiety?

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Anxiety is a strange animal for it can show itself in varied forms and symptoms, but we want to be curing anxiety whenever possible. For some a product of extreme stress or tension, while for others a disorder (Social Anxiety Disorder), and for some a true biological disease.

There is a type of severe diagnosed anxiety caused by extreme stress, grief, or disaster. Here we get PTSD and Complex-PTSD.  A really destructive and even lethal form of anxiety at its’ worst. It must be diagnosed and treated with medication and therapy with all due diligence.

Traumatizing at its worst during Natural or Social Disasters, such as Hurricanes or War, respectively; nonetheless, General or Common Anxiety is not Biological and may be cured! Even if is accompanied by Anxiety and/or Panic Attacks!

Again, let me remind! An educated professional needs to diagnose the Type of Anxiety with which you are coping when you are ready to get help! Then you will know how to proceed to get the correct help to relieve the symptoms and even accept curing your anxiety!

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Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)

Some of these children are diagnosed as children and some are not. SAD is a form of Autism. I was surprised to learn this, but it is believed by physicians.

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) means just that. You do not socially adjust with others because you disbelieve your worthiness to receive love and affection or give the same in kind. You have an inborn doubt that is not your fault, this is the way you were born for it is a disorder.

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Social Anxiety Disorder Child

My first memory as a SAD child at the age of four was in kindergarten.  Time for ‘Show and Tell’ with our toys and it was my turn. I walked to the front of the class on frozen feet with my breakfast in my throat. When I looked over the sea of faces the room swam and I was sick!

The teacher took me outside in the fresh air and spoke in a calm voice. It was the best thing she could have done. We didn’t know what was wrong with me, no one had heard of anxiety or panic attacks in the early 1950’s. It was the first of many times I tried to be in front of the class and give a book or class report but was unable to do so.

Social Anxiety Disorder

Another anxiety that is caused by an imbalance of chemicals in a person’s brain is becoming more understood and diagnosed correctly. This type of anxiety has to be medicated for the medical professional is balancing chemicals in the brain. This type is a true biological disorder.

Feelings of Unworthiness

It is true, a person with SAD never truly believes they are loved, due to the fact they do not see any reason why anyone would love them. They see themselves at fault all of the time, and unworthy of affection or love. Remember, it is their illness that makes it extremely difficult for a SAD person to learn to receive love and approval without rejection.

You must remember in a relationship with a SAD person, it is not that you are being doubted as able to love. The Social Anxiety Disorder person cannot believe they can be loved or approved of by someone they consider valuable. So, no matter how hard they will actively or passively reach out for this love and approval, they can’t accept it once offered. I have learned we can be taught to accept love with kindness and patience!

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SAD Child Thinks It Is Their Fault

If you have a SAD child, help them with their inward prompt to accept blame for everything by helping them accept responsibility for only the one thing they had any control over that day… They become so burdened by all their presumed faults they accept responsibility for none of their real ones.

By the same rule of thought help your child to learn they are not at fault for everything happening around them. Many times professional therapy is needed here.

Curing Anxiety of Bipolar

To finish, I wrote I would say more about the Anxiety requiring medication by a medical professional. Curing Anxiety resulting from the mania or agitated depression of Bipolar is usually not considered probable due to the fact this is a medical illness. There is a chemical imbalance in the person’s body, so a lifetime of bloodwork and a balance of medication and therapy are needed.

Aromatherapy represented by an image of a woman's face in a handful of lavender.
Helps in Curing the symptomsof Anxiety.

Aromatherapy Is Not Expensive! Freshwater for most of us is not expensive and plentiful and these provide a measure of relief! Besides the talk therapy which can be extremely valuable, depending on the provider, the first two suggestions offered are deep breathing exercises and meditation! Most people can learn all of these.

Plain Good Free Advice!

There are people who offer learned advice at SocialAdvice.net and they don’t charge you anything! There will be real advice from anxiety experts about diet, exercise, therapy, sleep, and more…

Panic Away Curing Anxiety

Panic Away is an extremely brilliant product for ending common Anxiety and the Anxiety and Panic Attacks that will accompany it! I want to endorse Panic Away as the best product I have tried for curing common Anxiety!

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I am not a medical professional so I cannot diagnose, treat, or do anything but write about my life and story with anxiety for informational purposes. I am sixty-eight years old and I have coped with different types of anxiety all of my life.

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