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Letting Go of Doubt and Fear and Setting Yourself Free From Anxiety
What We Perceive is a Reflection of Our State of Mind “We have met the enemy, and he is us.” Pogo (Walt Kelly) We have been learning from Dr. Reid Wilson, a leader in the field...
How to Confront and Cope With Anxiety
A Little Stress is a Good Thing, But... Worrying is hard-wired into the human brain. Worry helps us prepare for potential challenges. It’s only natural to be anxious when turbule...
Tragedy and Trauma; How to Cope With the Boston Marathon Bombings From Life Lessons from Dad...written by Jules Giggie
Father’s day is normally considered a celebratory occasion filled with the requisite grilled dinner, gifts, and so on. But this year, it evokes a life lesson my late father...
Anxiety Disorders: How to Identify, How to Help
Characteristics of Anxiety Anxiety in one form or another is the most common issue that brings people to therapy. It ranges in severity from a vague but persistent sense of unease...
The Truth about Self-Harm and How to Move Forward
Working With Victims of Self-Harm I have worked with many patients who struggled with self-harm. For my clients, it was often the first time they had spoken about it with anyone. T...
Understanding Anxiety Disorder : How to Manage it and Better Cope
Anxiety: Intrusive Thoughts of Worry and Panic Coping with everyday worries is part of life, at times annoying and distracting, but something millions contend with as they move thr...
How to Manage Multitasking to protect your Mental Health
Multitasking Can be Bad for Your Mental Health For a while, it was considered positive to be able to multitask. The idea was that people could take on our 24/7 society and be more ...
How to Spark Your Emotional Recovery with Exercise
Exercise and It's Emotional Benefits Most of us are aware of the physical benefits of exercise. Lower blood pressure, controlled weight, increased endurance etc. But less well kn...
The Stress of Being a Constant High-Achiever
The Stress of Being a Constant High-Achiever Anxiety and Depression Caused by Academic Stress “Bright. Accomplished. Ambitious. At times anxious, deeply depressed, even hopeless....
How to Help Teenage Girls with Anxiety
Anxiety Crisis Among Teen Girls Teenage girls are carrying more than their fair share of 21st Century angst. The reasons are complex and researchers continue to explore this anxiet...
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