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11-25-2008 @ 2:58PM
Well said.Nice to hear that someone is able to rise above their limitations online, if no where else. That said, readers should be aware that not everyone they meet with anxiety disorders are as disabled by them as this individual currently is. Many are able to live a productive life eventually through the help of therapy, coping techniques, and medication.I say this not as an insult to the player mentioned, but just to avoid seeing readers come away from this article with a stereotype that all people with an anxiety disorder are unable to work or find other things in their life to feel good about.Best of luck to the player, and please continue to seek professional help with the goal of making all of your life as rich as possible. Its great that you are able to get a sense of accomplishment from your involvement in WOW, but don't let the lure of the game steal time that could be spent developing ways to develop your potential outside of it.
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