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Hey there! Let’s begin with the basics of me. My name is Caitlin Jones, and I have been growing up in a country town in Victoria, Australia for the past 20 years of my life. At the moment I am studying a Bachelor of Media and Communication majoring in Social Media; ironic, I know. And when I finish with that accomplishment, I am wanting to complete a PhD in the same field, as I am in love with learning in the media and communication area; again, ironic, I know. Oh and if you haven’t noticed already, I suffer from mental illnesses, in particular, anxiety and depression. You can read my blog posts to get the update on that!

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Panic Attack Plan

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Going through a panic attack where there was no obvious sign of danger was an experience I wouldn’t wish on my worse enemy. At the time of the attack, I didn’t realise what I was going through was a panic attack; I was just at home and then all of a sudden had difficulty breathing thinking I was having a heart attack and getting geared up to go to the emergency department. Since then I have been able to recognise when my mind and body is going into panic attack mode and I am able to control myself down.

When you are experiencing an attack your mind is running wild, which is why I made a simple and easy to read Printable that can be used in times of distress.

Click the link below to download the PDF to be able to print the Panic Attack Plan or save the image below to store on your device for future reference!

Panic Attack Plan PDF

Even save to Pinterest if that’s more your style! Click the image below to Pin!