This Woman's Pictures Before And After She Had A Panic Attack Will Scare You To Death!

This Woman's Pictures Before And After She Had A Panic Attack Will Scare You To Death!
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Having anxiety or any other psychological disorder is not a sign of weakness- it is a sign of having stayed strong for a very long period of time.
22-year old girl Amber Smith from Rugby, UK went from happy to miserable in no time!
She had a panic attack and after a few seconds found it difficult to keep herself together.
She posted a photograph on Facebook immediately after the attack and her pictures will scare the shit out of you. Have a look: 

Panic attacks can be highly stressful and painful.

Panic attacks can be highly stressful and painful.

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The very fact that anyone suffering from a mental disorder is looked down upon is horrifying. 

The very fact that anyone suffering from a mental disorder is looked down upon is horrifying. 
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Amber then went on Facebook and immediately after posting a selfie, posted another picture of her after panic attack.

Amber then went on Facebook and immediately after posting a selfie, posted another picture of her after panic attack.
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The photograph posted by her says it all-while things seem rosy on the inside, there may be a turmoil within. 

The photograph posted by her says it all-while things seem rosy on the inside, there may be a turmoil within. 
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After Amber posted the image, not her did her photograph go viral, she was also praised by everyone for her bravery. 

After Amber posted the image, not her did her photograph go viral, she was also praised by everyone for her bravery. 
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The incredibly brave move from this girl made her viral.

The incredibly brave move from this girl made her viral.
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Her Facebook post was very critical of the stigma associated with mental health issues. 

Her Facebook post was very critical of the stigma associated with mental health issues. 
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Amber's post not only made a lot of sense but also ridiculed people who do not take mental health seriously. People need to understand that just because a mental health problem does not produce the "scars" that a typical wound does, it doesn't mean that it isn't harming the victim.
It is important for people to take these issues seriously and reach out to the ones who are in need of help.