Yeah, but with the prozac it's hard to tell if it's working, or if I'm just getting better over time, or what. Recovery from this stuff is so gradual, it's hard to tell if it's working, or even if you're getting better until weeks have gone by. But I do feel like this is temporary.
I never got entirely through the book because as I read it I got over the panic. But flipping through it just now I realize I should probably go through it. And if you get it, buy the paper version, not the kindle version. There's pages you make copies of and write stuff down in.
The thing I don't like about those books, but which I understand is the best way, is the exposure work you have to do. You have to delve into your triggers and confront them. It's like treating cancer by filling your body with cancer. But it works.
There was another online panic treatment I saw that was based on learning to let the panic happen, in fact you try and make it worse. Apparently it works for a lot of people, but I never had the guts to try it.