Three survival tools will help you in your battle against agoraphobia. The first is taking that first step. The second is taking that first step. And the third… is taking that first step.
I wrote this in response to this weeks Trifecta challenge. We were supposed to use this quote by Henry James as a guide.
Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.
There were a few things that I wanted to write about, but this one seemed the most important. Agoraphobia is a lonely existence. Being the caretaker of an agoraphobic is hard, not because of the work of having to do everything outside the home, but because you watch your loved one suffer in the prison of their mind. You think an agoraphobic doesn’t want to go outside? Doesn’t want to go to a doctor for help? Doesn’t want to open the blinds? Doesn’t want to go back to their job? Doesn’t want to share a trip downtown with their family to run some mindless errand?
It’s all they think about, when they watch you go out the door….