Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

The Fortitude in His Panic-Driven Body

But I know that this is his journey to healing, not mine.

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When the Panic Began

My boyfriend, Leo, began to experience anxiety-related symptoms when he was a young child. He was too young however to know what these symptoms mean. By the time he was in the eighth grade, he had his first panic attack and was taken to the…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Rose Mejia

Rose Mejia

Striving to be a holistic psychologist & writer. Advocate for health, wellness, and well-being. Support my journey: https://rose-mejia1998.medium.com/membership

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