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Hi, my name is luke!
Hello, I used to be in full time employment until my anxiety and panic attacks got too bad, and now I find it really difficult to even go outside by myself during daytime, I can go out at night but it is still a struggle. I class myself as still wanting to work, however as I cannot leave my home it is impossible and I feel trapped. I want to find an ideal job where I can work from home and open up new possibilities and help other people who are in the same position as me. Want to work, but unable to go outside due to their disabilities. There does not seem to be a lot of jobs available for people who suffer panic attacks and severe anxiety, it is mostly for working from home mums and I feel this needs to change as people want to work but just cant. Anyways a big HI to everyone on here and look forward to chatting to you late. X
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