For a panicky person majoring in journalism seems like an odd choice. High stress job if you are in a deadline situation. If you become a reporter to have to be in close quarters with others and you have to be sometimes aggressive to get a story. On the other hand if you wanna be a Radio DJ I quess that could work. I don't know you but I think you require constant drama all the time for some reason. If im wrong and you really have a hard time dealing with being out of your confort zone, may be a lab tech or something like that may work for you. I would imagine a lab tech has major confort zone! Lol. A friend of ours recently went to collage to become a vet and was able to take her horse to school with her!
Uhh no. I hate drama. I really do get panicky sometimes. And I find it kind of rude to accuse someone that panics "dramatic." Let me tell you, I wish every day that I didn't have anxiety and that I didn't have to take meds.
As for journalism, just because I have anxiety doesn't mean I can't handle a high-stress job. I like having lots of work. I love talking. And I love writing. Plus, I like to get stories. I like news. Seems like a dang good fit for me.
And no, I don't want to be a lab tech or away from people. I need my own space sometimes, yes, but for the most part, I love visiting with others. Plus, I hate science.
Take no offense to this, but I think you need to read up on anxiety and depression before you judge a person's situation. Over the Internet, it's not so bad, but if you said something like this to someone in real life, I can almost guarantee they'd be very offended or hurt.