I know it might be seen by some as an over-reaction following the 7/7 attacks, and the attempted attacks on London last week, but well - this is what blogs are for - rather than start a thread, I thought it might be best to put how I am feeling in my blog. Basically, since the 7/7 attacks, and the potential bomb attacks thursday last week, that thankfully 'went wrong' I am finding it increasingly difficult to travel on the train to and from work of a day. I could 'recover' from the shock of 7/7, believing London was a safer place directly after the attacks to continue my travels. Since thursday last week, when the 2nd attempt was made, I am starting to suffer from acute panic attacks on the trains. I just find it incredible that, had the bombs not have been 'put together incorrectly' we would have been looking at the devistation of 7/7 all over again - and only 2 weeks later!I know, I havent (thankfully) been directly affected by the bomb attacks (and I thank my luck stars I haven't) but it doesnt stop me from feeling an acute fear I have never experienced before traveling on my train to work. I got 3 stops from Barnehurst towards London this morning, and felt a panic attack comming on, I felt the train was closing in on me, and anyone with a ruck sack had a potential bomb on them. I very nearly got off the train at Falconwood, crossed the bridge and went on a train on the way home. On this occasion common sense prevailed... more chance of being hit by a train than having a bomber next to me!