This morning, while I’m having breakfast on my office desk, I watched Markiplier’s video upload about anxiety attack simulation. It’s interesting for me, because I don’t think people around me get such attack other than panic attack. And even that, I rarely seen.
Below the vid, I read so many comments about people experienced anxiety attack. They both commented about how accurate the simulation is, and also wrote about how hell-ish it feels, when you’re having one. The explanations they wrote, somehow saddened me. Yet, I am curious.
First of all, when it comes to psychological disorder, I knew that sometimes it happens almost for no reason whatsoever. They’re just, well, having it. Most of the disorders triggered by something–incredible pain (both physically and/or psychologically), broken heart, and other traumas.
I don’t have anxiety attack. But I do suffer “severe” depression every now and then. Depression that sometimes make me wanted to kill myself. I already wrote about this few months ago, and how I deal with it, and not to kill myself in the end. 😀
In other hand, I know people who have regular panic attacks. Not so many, but I knew some. One of my friends even suffer bipolar disorder (he did a lot of drug-like medical prescriptions to make him feel better), and my high school best friend also suffer depression-almost-schizophrenia (she used to have Xanax to ease herself). But I don’t have any idea what to do when these attacks (anxiety or panic) hit people near me–or people I loved.
And so, I asked the forum about this. The response was amazing! I will copy and paste our meaningful and full-of-knowledge conversations via the comments.