I couldn't leave my house for months. I'd get to the front door and fear would consume me.
'What if' irrational thoughts controlled by high anxiety prevented me from seeing the truth - that I was placing my chips in the wrong box.
Agoraphobia is driven by the fear of leaving your comfort zone (normally your home), and what will happen to you if you do.
99.99% of the time nothing happens.
If you knew you had a 99.99% chance of winning at the roulette table, my guess is you'd spend a lot of time at the casino!
If you're agoraphobic, you have to ask yourself why you're consistently backing the wrong horse. Those tiny odds are stacked heavily against you.
The safe bet is opening the door.
ARE YOU DEALING WITH ANXIETY?
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