How A Traumatized 20-Year-Old Copes With Extreme Anxiety

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"Kodie says two years ago, her world collapsed when her grandmother -- her best friend -- died in front of her, and her boyfriend died of a drug overdose on top of her. She says since then, everything has become too much to bear, and the only thing that helps her relieve her anxiety and get through the day is taking medication. But Kodie’s family says they believe Kodie is addicted to the medication, and they are sick of her wallowing in grief and wasting her life.

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