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How to overcome ticklishness

I LOVE shaving my hair ^W^ It's easy to deal with and stylish ;P But whenever someone comes near me with this vibration object, I cant control myself.. Its annoying and embarrassing...I'm easy tickled and its painful .-. Is there a way I can overcome this? -15 yr old student-

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Are there any good lifehack cures for ticklishness? : lifehacks

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How can I stop being so ticklish? - tickle tickling intimacy ...

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How To Overcome Tickling? : I Am Ticklish Story & Experience

How To Overcome Tickling? : A true, personal story from the experience, I Am Ticklish. I have discovered some ways to overcome tickling even though I love it ...
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How To Stop Yourself Being Ticklish - with Dr Emily Grossman ...

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Ticklish feeling in head

I think I know what you're talking about. A while ago when I would try to sleep I would get a funny feeling in the front of my head like it was being tickled inside. It scared me half to death and knowing that someone else who suffers from anxiety has had the same problem is a big relief (not that I am in any way happy that you have this problem). But yes, I have anxiety issues and I have had something very similar to this, but it was mostly only when I'd try to sleep.
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overcoming servere anziety without meds

i go to counceling
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Taking Xanax drug even i didn't overcome from the anxiety?

I can only refer to the guidelines in my country, but here, Xanax is the strongest medication you can possibly take for anxiety. It's also considered the worst (most addictive) option, which is why doctors almost never prescribe it. It's reserved for severe, treatment-resistant panic disorder, where disability or self harm would be the alternatives. First line treatment is cognitive behavioural therapy for OCD or panic disorder, and metacognitive therapy for GAD and social anxiety disorder. If medications are to be used, it would be SSRI or SNRI, and in some cases a small dose of atypical antipsychotics. Benzos are avoided in the treatment of anxiety disorders (they are almost only used for situational anxiety like stage fright or fear of flying). If they are used, weaker variants like Oxazepam or Diazepam is preferred instead of the stronger ones like Xanax and Clonopin. Have you tried some of these options, or did your doctor just give you Xanax and sent you home?
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How to overcome ticklishness

I have no idea how to help you overcome your apparently severe ticklishness, perhaps therapy would offer some useful insight. I don't know how often you are approached by people wielding a "vibration device," but I would try yelling, in a very loud and forceful tone of voice "NO!" Or "STOP! I DO NOT LIKE THAT!" If that does not stop them, since you find this not only embarrassing but actually PAINFUL, then these people have crossed the line into physical abuse and should be reported to the authorities.
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social to overcome it

Awww sweet heart. I have that feeling also. Try you best to ignore It and have the " I don't care what people say about me " attitude. Don't let people ruin  your life.  Do they pay your bills? No! Do they pay your rent ? No! So who cares! I want you tomorrow to go to the mall and have that attitude and don't are what people think or say.  
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The way out of anxiety attacks? Miracle?

Hi.  I too suffer with anxiety an don't want to b medicated days on end.  I have spent hrs in dvt therapy and all that. I got my money back from the program u r referring to.  I recommend the linden method program.  It's backed by psychologist and psychiatrist. It rid me of panic attacks right away.  Now going through program I am getting rid of lingering anxiety.  You can get the CDs and books or u can download program.  I downloaded it and listen to it whenever I want.  Very good material.  Explains the why the what Ifs and all that.  Let me know what u think.  Hope u feel better anxiety is rough.
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Day 3 without suboxone

So very proud of you and your mental attitude my friend, you got this, well I should we got this, ;) you will find it a roller coaster of emotions which is normal, I think I cried putting my socks on at one point, very strange, lol. I can put my hand on my heart and tell you, this is so doable with the right frame of mind, the WANT to be clean, I too had, had enough of Heroin and the troubles it brings, I just hit a point where I thought to myself this is it, now or never, I had to do it for my sanity and my poor family! It's the best decision I ever made, yes it's been he'll for a couple of month, but when you weigh that up again spending the rest of your days suffering in the gutter it's nothing. I try and think of all the hurt I caused my family and misery I put them through, what I'm feeling is nothing in comparison, at least I can do something about how I feel, they couldn't. So when you truly sit and weigh it all up, we have the easy end of the deal, we feel the pain and know it will leave us, they sit with that worry 24/7 and can't see it leaving, well not until we prove ourselves and give them back the real you, the person they truly deserve. That's what gets me through it, and I hope you can grab something from it to help you in your battle against the muck that so nearly ruined your life. Here's to sobriety my friend. Thanks for the invite, we got this!
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How can you overcome withdrawals from hydrocodone?

Good luck to your friend there a quit a few helpful people here. I just wanted 2 say it is do able (I'm new) I'm almost done with my tapering so quiting can be done believe me I was very sceptical when I started but I'm a believer now. Again good luck
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Keep Going!

Good point that you have made here. And it is perfectly okay that you are not asking a question here. Any good words of encouragement/observations, etc. need to be stated. As far as the point you made, you are so right. I remember when I first had my anxiety and panic (when I had it really bad) I always thought "this sucks" "this is not like me at all" "What happened to my life" "I am going crazy", etc. This is normal and should be a very beginning part to the path of recovery for you are are facing the fact that you have "something". However, it was not until I realized that SO many others had this (making it not "just me") and began to realize that taking medicine alone and treating the symptoms only was not going to get rid of this anxiety that I started feeling better. Now, I am glad to say that my illness is more of an annoyance than anything else. This is a far cry from a devastating keep-me-in-the-house-and-not-doing-anything "thing". And EXCELLENT point about the fact that we are stonger than most people who do not have this. It is so true and in fact my doctor put it best when he stated that if there was ever a war, he would want to be on my team (and others like me) because we are so much stronger and more aware of everything. (Most of the times this is inconvenient and unneccessary though). Although, if I may point out to you specifically - I think that you need to apply your own logic here to yourself. I think that you are selling yourself short, especially for someone who is as healthy as you are and one who has beaten this once before. You have already won the first battle and this one shouldbe no different. I realize that this is harder said than done; however, you can do it regardless. Good Luck. Mike
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overcoming anxiety without meds

I am sorry to hear about your daughter.  I hope everything gets better for her.  I am wondering the same thing.  I have been suffering for about 4 months now.  I am doung some cognative behavior therapy and some counseling.  I do not want to take the meds either.  If you look on ebay and search for Lucinda will find a do it yourself program and I own it.  It helps.  You can also come to  there are several message boards there that help.  I have health anxiety after coming home to find my partner had passed away on our couch.  
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