Everyone had their own fear and pain. Some people can’t express themselves to the public because they are afraid of criticism, prejudice and to be hurt. Individual build their own world where they can feel comfort and security. Buildings walls to detach themselves to the real world. Meet Anna Clendening, 20, a native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, who suffered from anxiety disorder for the past 6 years. It was all started when she was fourteen and been diagnosed of anxiety and depression disorder. She suffered several panic attacks and freaking out if she don’t know what to do. She can’t go out her room and barely leave her house.
The thought of giving up and doubt her desire to live crossed her mind. Through music, it bridge her illness to what she feel deep inside. Music helped her to cope up and express herself playing certain songs. Before she started to sing, she shared to the judges about her life challenges and gather all her courage to sing Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah before the audience. Her jaw-dropping performance leaves the crowd cheering on their feet and earns a hug from judge Howie Mandel who also have the same anxiety disorder. Overcoming her anxiety only proves that she is a one in a million of courageous women.
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