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How to Keep the Holiday Stress from Making Your Anxiety Symptoms Worse

The holidays can be a fun, joyful time to spend with friends and family. Unfortunately, for people with anxiety, they can also cause symptoms to flare up. Learning how to deal with holiday stress can help when it comes to managing those anxiety symptoms. Almost everyone experiences some stress during the holidays. Schedules are busier […]

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What Are the Risk Factors for a Midlife Marital Crisis? And What Can You Do?

No couple is immune to a midlife marital crisis. Unfortunately, many couples do ignore the signs that a marital crisis could be on the horizon. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. When you’re married for an extended period of time, it’s normal to go through some rough patches. But there are certain risk factors to pay […]

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Why Depression Counseling Is Crucial to Help You Regain Control of Your Life

What we call “depression” is much more than temporarily feeling down or blue. It’s also more than sadness or grief during very difficult times. Major Depressive Disorder is a common, psychological problem with many variations and factors involved. One of the most frightening features of depression is a sense of your life being out of […]

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Anxiety and Stress: Are They Different? Why Should It Matter to You?

Both anxiety and stress will most likely send you to your nearest search engine. That search will then reveal to you that at least 40 million Americans suffer from an anxiety disorder and everyone gets stressed at times. You’ll also learn that common stress symptoms may include: Headaches Uncontrollable worry Disturbed sleep Rapid heart rate […]

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