For Family and Friends
Supporting a Loved One With Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia
Tips for Supporting a Loved One With Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia
Helping a Spouse or Partner with Panic Disorder
A diagnosis of an anxiety disorder, such as panic disorder, can greatly impact a relationship. Here you will find 5 ways for couples to manage panic disorder.
Stress Relief for Caregivers
Information from your About.com guide to phobias, Lisa Fritscher.
Understanding Panic Disorder
Friends and family can have a difficult time understanding what their loved one with panic disorder is going through. The more they understand the condition, there better able they will be to relate and know what to expect. Here you will find information to help you understand panic disorder.
Helping a Loved One with Panic Disorder
There are many ways in which you can show your support and encouragement to your loved one with panic disorder. Learn how to help a friend or family member who has been diagnosed with panic disorder.
Tips for Family and Friends
It can be challenging to understand what your loved one with panic disorder is dealing with. Here you will find helpful tips for family and friends who have a loved one with panic disorder.
How to Help a Loved One With a Possible Phobia
Information from your About.com Guide to phobias.
Tips for Supporting a Friend or Loved One With Panic Disorder…
Are you supporting a friend or loved one with panic disorder or agoraphobia? If so, you may find these tips helpful.
Explaining Your Condition to Friends and Family
Loved may have a lot of questions about your diagnosis. Explaining your condition to family and friends can be difficult at times. Here you will find ways of answering questions about panic disorder.
10 Tips for Family Caregivers
The National Family Caregivers Association provides some useful tips for to maintaining your own health while caring for a loved one.
Panic Disorder and Relationships
Panic disorder can have an affect on your personal and professional relationships. Learn how you can create healthy and lasting social relationships.
Understanding the Fear of Panic Disorder: For Family and Friends
What's it like to experience the fear of panic disorder?
What Not To Say to Someone with Panic Disorder
You may not be able to relate to someone with panic disorder. However, you should still approach a panic sufferer with compassion and understanding. Here you will find a list of 5 of the worst things to say to someone having a pane attack, followed by suggestions for better ways to respond.