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My most important fear, if not the only one that has limited my life is: driving in the freeway. A few years ago I couldn't even think about it. But my reasonable aspect convinced the rest of my brain to give it a try. I have done it many times now. It will take lots of practice before I can do it in a normal way, i still get very tense. But at least I proved myself that I could do it. The first time was hard though. I did for 2 hours straight and my neck was so tense that when arrived to the destination I collapsed in bed and fell asleep!
But I felt so proud of myself!

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  • Dr. Meyer has worked in private practice in West Los Angeles for over 25 years, and is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA and her B.A. from Oberlin College.

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