Agoraphobia Resources

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Agoraphobia Resources

Our Take:

Agoraphobia can be a difficult anxiety disorder to understand or even manage because we often feel like we need to overexplain ourselves. It's okay if the people in your life don't understand or haven't felt a similar feeling to what you go through. What matters is that you're willing to openly communicate and feel comfortable discussing it with loved ones or counsellors and therapists who are willing to support you through it. As with any mental illness, it is important as the person going through it and the person supporting that you educate yourself. Whether it's through tools like these, support groups, therapy, reaching out to other people affected etc. Not only educating yourself about the general understanding of Agoraphobia, but also YOUR personal experience with it. Keep a log, journal, or jot notes in your phone so you can start to understand your symptoms and perhaps how they are triggered. It's important to try, as best you can, to seek help even when you may not be feeling up for it. The longer symptoms go untreated, the harder it's going to be to work your way back.

If you have mental health questions, feel free to send them to our resident registered counselor through our resource Ask Melissa!

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Resources Available

We've read through a few articles we think are helpful in finding ways to cope with all different types of Agoraphobia:

How To Overcome Agoraphobia

Understanding Agoraphobia

How To Deal With Panic Attacks

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1. (2019). How To Deal with Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia | THIS WAY UP. [online] Available at: [Accessed 6 Aug. 2019].

2. The Recovery Village. (2019). How to Overcome Agoraphobia. [online] Available at: [Accessed 6 Aug. 2019].

3. Verywell Mind. (2019). 4 Ways to Manage and Get Help for Your Agoraphobia. [online] Available at: [Accessed 6 Aug. 2019].

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