Stress & Anxiety

Understanding Panic Attacks: 5 Common Myths

Understanding Panic Attacks: 5 Common Myths

Make no mistake; panic attacks are terrifying to experience. They consist of episodes of intense fear and discomfort that can strike unexpectedly, leaving one feeling helpless and overwhelmed. Despite their prevalence (up to 35% of Americans will experience one in...

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7 Ways Gratitude Helps Decrease Anxiety

7 Ways Gratitude Helps Decrease Anxiety

In a world that often feels like chaos on fire, the ability to learn to decrease anxiety is rapidly becoming a major concern for many. The constant bombardment of information, societal pressures, and personal challenges can leave us feeling overwhelmed and stressed....

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Do I Need A Therapist For Stress Management?

Do I Need A Therapist For Stress Management?

In our crazy fast-paced world, it seems like stress is often riding shotgun in our lives. With demanding jobs, societal pressures every way we turn, a constant barrage of negativity in the media, not to mention the demands of family life, the pressures we face can...

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What is Therapy For Social Anxiety?

What is Therapy For Social Anxiety?

Social anxiety, aka social phobia, is the third most common mental health condition characterized by an intense and persistent fear of social situations and interactions. People with social anxiety often experience excessive worry about being judged, embarrassed, or...

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Why You have Low Self-Esteem

Why You have Low Self-Esteem

The etiology of most human behavior can be explored in the nature/nurture debate. But when it comes to self-esteem, we now know with certainty there are always external causes why you have low self-esteem. No one is born with low self-esteem. For most individuals who...

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5 Signs of High Functioning Anxiety

5 Signs of High Functioning Anxiety

Anxiety is a common human emotion that can manifest in various forms and intensities. While some individuals experience overt and debilitating anxiety symptoms, others may have signs of high functioning anxiety, which can be challenging to identify. High-functioning...

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Do I Need A Therapist For Anxiety?

Do I Need A Therapist For Anxiety?

So, you've been feeling a bit more tightly wound than a coiled spring, and those stress-induced palpitations have you convinced you're auditioning for the role of "Anxiety Man" in your own life's drama. Well, don't fret – or rather, do, because that's precisely what...

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