- Nov 26, 2018
Hello, I was diagnosed with agoraphobia a few years ago. I've gotten alot better, but I tend to fall back into "my comfort zone". I don't have all the typical symptoms of agoraphobia. I don't panic when I have to leave but I do get severe agitation and make life miserable for me and everyone else. Does this make my agoraphobia less severe than someone that faints if they even look outside. I love staying home and have spent months not leaving my house, I call this my comfort zone. I've been told that I'm just lazy and use agoraphobia as an excuse. Can anyone else relate?