panic attacks

Like many of us, Kate Fagan, author of What Made Maddy Run, has dealt with run-of the-mill anxiety, but one specific winter morning, she awoke to an overwhelming panic. She shares what happened next...
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Buddhist master Mingyur Rinpoche explains how he learned to deal with his panic and anxiety through making friends with his fear.
Buddhist master Mingyur Rinpoche explains how he learned to deal with his panic and anxiety through making friends with his fear.
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