Another outstanding chapter, very visual ad crisp. I do have a few suggestions for you, however.
As I stare at her, my chest feels heavy, - FEEEEEEL??? Know that if I review something I am going to call you out on every single feel you put in. Your chest feels heavy... What's that feel like? (As I stare at her, my chest fills with concrete growing heavy,)
I feel the woman's eyes - This is up for debate since the thought you're conveying is in fact she is staring at you. But feel.... feel feel feel. Erase that from your vocabulary now as a writer. HOWEVER. In this context I see what you mean, again. But if you use feel, make it powerful. (I can feel the woman's eyes rover over me, tingling my skin with each passing gaze.)
Feeling less fearful, my attention - The fear in me fades as my attention...
Something wet leaks from my ears and nose. - Just a suggestion, but I would change this to. (Something warm leaks from my ears and nose) In the following sentence you state there is blood, which is wet. Warm gives that feeling it emotion.
FEEEELs. No good. Show, don't tell. Outside of those everything else was good to go! Keep up the great work!