Joined 5 years ago from North Carolina
Lorin Ore was born in the small town of Belews Creek, North Carolina. She experienced anxiety and panic at the young age of seven years old. This piqued her curiosity in the human body which lead her to study Biology at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Lorin has ten years of experience in the medical field. She currently works full time as a Certified Pediatric Medication List Reconcinilation Technician. In her mid twenties she ended a seven year relationship and decided to focus on herself. Soon enough she discovered her creativity and passion for writing. Though often misunderstood, Lorin has a voice and perception that is quite unlike any other. She resides with her five children: four cats, a teacup Chihuahua, and an eighty gallon saltwater aquarium. Among many other things she is quite fiesty, high strung, quirky, charming, outspoken, and sometimes too honest.
3 years ago
The following is a description of what it's like on the inside of a terrifying panic attack. With 20 years of experience I know this feeling all too well.
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