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  1. Utini

    How can I cope with loud booms?

    Where I live, there are constant surprise fireworks. This always triggers my anxiety and most times I have panic attacks. The part of me that knows it's probably fireworks goes away and I lose control. Sometimes when I'm sleeping I will wake up to phantom booms. I can tell it's not real...
  2. Sherlock77

    Fireworks, and other topics...

    Canada Day last night and the big fireworks show, in the past I've rarely bothered with watching them but a friend I've recently met invited me. First impression: I drove to a park where the best viewing area is, the city where I live restricts parking on fireworks nights and the main street...
  3. Mr Allen

    Do you like Fireworks/Bonfire night?

    To be honest I'm not a fan of fireworks, I like organised displays but lately there's been idiots setting them off in the Street around where I live in Sheffield, England, very late at night as well. How about you guys?
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