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A woman in Las Vegas says she has been struggling with an anxiety disorder and is worried about the stock market bubble.
Lisa Smith, a spokesperson for the market research company Cushman & Frierson, told Business Insider that she has had panic attacks and panic attacks have led to severe anxiety.
Smith, who is a former model, said that when she started modeling she had anxiety attacks and she thought she was having panic attacks because she was modeling, which she said caused her to act crazy.
Smith told Business Today that the anxiety disorder caused her stress to be “unbearable.”
“I felt like my life was over, I was going to die,” Smith said.
“I just thought, ‘If I can’t go to work tomorrow, then I won’t have a life.'”
Smith said she found that her anxiety had gotten worse and that she felt that she could not function at work, even with her anxiety problems.
“When I would try to get up, my body would stop, I would have to sit down.
I was just so stressed out,” Smith told CNN.
Smith also told Business Week that she feared that the financial markets were becoming more like the housing market and that people were becoming complacent.
“The fear and anxiety I have, I don’t think I ever really had before,” Smith explained.
She said she is worried that the stock markets could collapse because of the rising price of energy, which would cause financial losses.
“We are going to have to have a lot of people lose their jobs,” Smith warned.
“That’s the biggest concern.”
The market is currently in a bubble, according to Smith.
According to Cushmans research, the price of oil has risen by almost 50 percent in the past six months, while the price for gold has risen more than 200 percent, according the Cush mans website.
Cushmans research showed that the average American is now making a loss of more than $5,000 a year, and the average salary has fallen by more than 10 percent.
According the Cushing News, Smith told the outlet that she was in the process of selling all of her belongings in an attempt to save money, and she plans to start a “self-employed” life to help her pay off her student loans.
Smith said that she is not worried about getting a job in the future, and that her fears are unfounded.
“It’s not a real fear.
It’s a feeling.
And it is just anxiety,” Smith stated.
Smith’s fears have not gone unnoticed by the stock exchange, which is currently trading at $4,906.