Being agoraphobic can take many forms, and most people with agoraphobia are not utter shut-ins. Instead, they may have trouble walking outside alone for fear of feeling dizzy and falling down, or be afraid of driving on the freeway because they might faint, or avoid public venues for fear of losing physical or emotional control in a crowded place. Whatever form this highly treatable and surprisingly common anxiety disorder takes, agoraphobics are often desperate to change.
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Weight: 463 g
Dimensions: 280 x 216 x 13 mm
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