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About all4family

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    I love photography, especially of my family, pets, and nature. I also like sports with my kids, swimming, riding bikes or ball. (at least I used to.)I also like scrapbooking which goes with the photography. I also like working on our home and yard. I just wish I had the energy to do it all again!

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  1. Jump, Yes. I do completly understand this. It is one of the things that laid me up when I couldn't get out of bed. I litterally could not balance even sitting up. But this was when I was on meds, and everything was severe for me. I get it now, just not to that level. It feels like you are moving or the earth under you is moving. I will grab ahold of something to try and balance, but it does not help. I did tell a neurologist about this, and he did call it vertigo. It is an awful feeling because you just can't get away from it. I get it even when I am laying down. I have had many tests trying t
  2. Hey my personal statement disapeared! I guess I needed to do a new one anyways! Sorry!

  3. Hi,

    Just wanted to stop by and read your history,

    looking forward to your email.


  4. I second what sara and EM said here. I am not offended at all. I just went through a lot of mis-treatment that should not have occured because I wasn't willing to accept the psychological diagnoses I was given. I was treated very badly because they believed I had a mental disorder. I do not think people with true mental disorders should be treated like I was. I feel very bad for them. I hope you find an answer for your "panic attacks" I think many times feeling bad, or sick, for me, did leave me to feel scared, or "panic" simply because I didn't know what was wrong, and because it does feel s
  5. Hi, Good description EM and sara. I am usually a little wary of posting about anxiety subjects, because the last time I said the word "anxiety" I was given pills, and got very sick. But I just happened to be looking through my medical paperwork this morning, (wow what a job!) And I found something that fits into this subject perfectly. In 2001 I wasn't "sick" yet. But this was right after the terrorist attacks, and I had been like most people very upset about them. Then there was the anthrax in the mail thing which further made me feel "anxious". So I went and got some counseling to help me th
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