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I feel like you shouldn't get completely panicked from simply going indoors. 

 

It should vary depending on the amount of room you actually have. 

 

For example, a living room or kitchen (etc.) could make you slightly panicked. 

 

Where as, a closet or a skinny hallway (etc.) could make you extremely panicked. 

 

If this is something you can eventually do, that would be awesome, if not, I love you all either way, peace.

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