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Anxiety video

Hello! 

You may remember around October I paired up with my good friend Amy and filmed a couple of videos - one being about LGBT in which we answered your questions/ spoke about your suggested topics (it's this one if you're confuzzled https://youtu.be/ntSDr0oSXh4

After receiving some great feedback and some amazing questions, we decided to film another about anxiety/ panic attacks.  Again, we aren't professionals but we just thought we'd raise awareness, help people to deal with their anxiety and talk about it because mental health is something not spoken about enough and it's something that both of us have experience with. 

If you have any questions to submit/ topics you think we should cover then either email me at ellerosevids@gmail.com, leave a comment or if you know Amy or I, contact us through our social media. If you leave a comment on the LGBT video with suggestions/ questions, I'll also be able to include them. Please note that although the suggestions/ questions will remain 100% private and anonymous, depending on how you submit, others may be able to see your comment (e.g. In the comments sections) which isn't an issue unless you would rather you remain anonymous. Anything sent via email will remain completely anonymous. 
I've used the word anonymous too much now...
Please submit anything by Thursday 23rd June 2016
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I think that's everything...

Have a beautiful day, 
Elle 

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