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Posted by seldomseen on January 13, 2009, at 5:25:17

In reply to Re: Does anyone else shake like a leaf when trigge, posted by backseatdriver on January 8, 2009, at 20:20:08

Thanks for your posts, I had a computer crash (blue screen of death) several days ago and was unable to post.

My shaking can go on for hours and it is so bad that writing something would be out of the question, although sometimes I can manage to type.

I do feel better, as the crisis (whatever it was) appears to have passed.

On one hand, I wish these reactions would occur more close to real time with the triggering event. At least that way I could identify the cause, but they don't. It's like my body/mind waits until I'm "safe" and then begins this massive reaction.

On that day of my last shaking episode, nothing out of the ordinary occurred. Just work, and for once, I was ahead of a deadline so I was feeling pretty good about it. In fact, the whole shebang came together quite nicely, and yet there I was, sitting in my house, in the middle of an emotional seizure (I like that phrase).

Oh well, thanks again for all of your posts and for sharing your experiences with me.





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