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My culture stopped me talking about my anxiety

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anxiety was at its peak. I constantly felt claustrophobic, even in open spaces, my thoughts ran a 1,000 miles per minute, I was  out of breath but all I was doing was watching TV.

I felt like the world was caving in on me and I had no escape. At this point I was not sure what I was feeling, and I could not even bring myself to tell anyone, mostly because of my own insecurities.

How do you explain to someone that this is how you are feeling?"I love my culture and my roots, but talking about feelings and emotions was not ‘normal’ practice."I am a British South Asian woman, which has pressures of its own.

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