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Opinion please dr.lane

Hey dr.Lane,

I have been working on self-therapy, I get less spikes and I am more rational, I take it step by step, I dont want another panic attack, and I have to eat the fear away piece by piece, as the old saying goes ``dont swallow more than you can true``, I find it quite reasonable. But I just have a question, I still get spikes, sometimes pretty bad, but I was wondering if it is standard protocal in exposure to spike yourself on purpose, I dont want to spike myself, I get so much anxiety, I think it would be counter-productive to spike my self on purpose, because I just managed to control the anxiety (only sometimes, not all the time) with yoga chants and poses (hahahaha, got spiked there again, stupid OCD LOL, its a damn word, you wont turn homo, by writing a damn word), if I get the anxiety back, I think OCD will take over again. But what is your opinion, I just want to know.

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