How an On-Air Panic Attack Improved This Newscaster’s Life | Print |  E-mail
Monday, 24 February 2014
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Okay, so what could be worse than being a newscaster on Good Morning America and having a paralyzing panic attack, right there, before a national audience? This is the stuff of performance anxiety nightmares, right?

Dan Harris says it’s the best thing that could have happened to him.  Check it out.  (Good thing he had a knowledgeable doc who knew exactly what was going on…)

Read How an On-Air Panic Attack Improved My Life.



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written by Barbara Belton, February 26, 2014
Wow and yea! Realize how far we've come in the right direction as I read the comments following the article...supportive,appreciative, kind, considerate. Hope he discovers your guided imagery and Invisible Heroes for those panic attacks, et al...know how much they proved to be key pieces of unlocking the locks in my brain for me...no more panic attacks, no more flashbacks, no more nightmares, no more overpowering negative voice(s). Life is good!

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