What Makes LOL Good Medicine?
A panic attack is no laughing matter. But there I was witnessing one for the first time. Just me and my patient and she was TERRIFIED by a flare up of her symptoms. If you’ve never observed a panic attack, it’s both fascinating and nerve-wracking. Talking a mile a minute, without apparent pause for breath, her whole body was tense. But the fear in her eyes was most striking. That and the vice grip she had on me. My hand squeezed like a tourniquet, I tried to console her in a