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Speaking as someone who suffers from anxiety attacks, my only advice to you is to just let him pout in his corner, and you should go find a guy who will be supportive. He probably has no idea what it feels like to have a panic attack. I know what it feels like, and what I would need in that situation is a man who is strong, who can be understanding and patient and kind and who wouldn't make me feel even worse than I already do. What I don't need is some yo-yo who is going to sit there and make me feel like I am doing something wrong and making his life miserable just because of a condition that I rarely have control over!

While you should endeavor to change this for yourself, to help yourself through the anxiety and find a way to either cope with it or to eradicate the panic attacks, you should only do that for your own health and well-being. It doesn't sit well with me that you feel like you need to do all of this "changing" just to get him back, when he has shown no compassion, no support and no signs of ever trying to even remotely understand what you're going through.

Just let this guy go, he's not worth it for you. Tell him that you're not going to stay with someone who won't even try to understand what you're feeling and how you suffer when having a panic attack.

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