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New Interview With Author Larissa Martin

A Note From The Founder, Jessica Niziolek

The following interview is based on the basic interview package chosen by the interviewee, Who also requested the bio, and social media connection. All interview/social media packages can me adapted for the interviewer's specific needs. You can find out more about the paid services going into effect January 3rd, 2019. here: The Abler Blog's Paid Services

Writer Bio: Inspirational non-fictional writer, Larissa Martin 
Connect with Larissa on Facebook

Hi, everyone, my name is Larissa Martin.. I became  an independent self-published author in 2016. I came out with my first book,"Dear Anxiety"  a 5-letter series from a girl who cares and stories from people who suffer with anxiety. In that same year, I had one of my  pieces published on the writing  platform The Mighty. Since then I've had over 60 pieces published online by multiple Publications My goal is not to have people like my writing, but to learn different points of vi…

Merry Christmas, see you in 2019!

Paid services with The Abler

Please Watch and listen to the video in it's entirety because this video shows important information not just on the services and payment method but also on how to directly contact me for professional endeavors. Can't wait to work with you all in the new year!

Founder Of The Abler-

Jessica Niziolek


Band new things are coming for The Abler In 2019- Including Interview Packages!

If You are not a listener to the podcast, The Many Faces Of The Abled (you should be. You can download the free app on google play and Itunes!) We're also on Spotify. I'd like to announce that starting January 2019, The Abler Blog will be debuting It's interview packages, for it's paid services. Also in 2019, we will be launching an online store for specified abler products. A survey on the types of products you'd like to see will be up on The Abler's Facebook page & group after the Thanksgiving holiday!

Agoraphiba: It's not just about being too scared to leave your own home.

Author Note: Author Note: I am in no way a medical professional of any kind. If you believe you are someone you know, may have this condition please consult with your trusted medical professional. Also, I do not believe in self-self-diagnosis. 
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There are more than 200,000 US cases per year.  Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder that creates fear and panic for people that they avoid places and situations that may cause them anxiety and make them feel trapped, helpless, or embarrassed. You fear actual situations in which you can anticipate what could or couldn’t happen. For example, public transportation, small/enclosed spaces, and or standing in lines/crowds. The anxiety is typically created by this overwhelming feeling that there is no way out and or no way to escape. 

    Most people develop agoraphobia after having one or more than one panic attack. Which then can cause them to worry about having another one…