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7 reasons every day is Halloween when you have an anxiety disorder.

Do you love Halloween? Then you would love having an anxiety disorder! Okay, maybe not. But speaking from experience, when you have a brain that makes you scared for no reason (not to brag), it really is kind of like Halloween lasts all year round. This is why: 1) You are scared. Halloween is all about being scared ON PURPOSE. Which is mind-boggling for someone who already suspects there is danger lurking around every corner (there rarely is).
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