found God`s peace.
One woman wrote grippingly of her experience with panic
attacks. She began, “While interviewing with my prospective
employer, something terrifying happened. The windowless
room where the interview took place closed in around me, the
air became thin. My throat tightened and the rushing in my
head became deafening. All I could think was, I’ve got to get
out. My mind and heart raced for what seemed an eternity as I
feigned composure. Somehow, I made it through the meeting
without giving my interviewer a clue I had been seconds away
from fleeing his office or passing out on the spot.… I endured a
rush of the fight-or-flight instinct one usually experiences in
life-threatening situations.”1 The reality, however, was that she
wasn’t in a life-threatening situation.