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I have had those experiences as well, Marie. I've had attacks in the subway (in Toronto, Canada, not as bad as New York, I guess), in bed laying down, just had a scary one on the highway the other day, and as for the anticipatory anxiety, I can only suggest that you work through your fear, like you have been doing. I have been doing that for over 20 years, and although I don't like the fact that I have this problem one bit, the alternative of living in fear and holing myself up to protect myself from the horrible feelings associated with actual attacks is better. The only cure for fear, is to face it, and remember---even in New York City, someone will help you if something goes wrong.