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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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When Anxiety Limits Your Life, How Can You Start Liberating Yourself?

Introvert memes and GIFs. Social media is teeming with clever posts about not wanting to socialize—or even leave the house! Some of these are quite funny and can feel validating for those who are not of the extrovert variety. Many of them, however, are dangerously inaccurate. Generalized anxiety and/or social anxiety are not the stuff […]

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Social Anxiety Self-Help: 5 Steps to Help You Overcome Your Fears

It’s not easy to admit you’re dealing with social anxiety. It’s no fun to accept—regardless of how common and manageable it is. We’re already feeling self-conscious. Now, there’s the added stigma of naming the condition. But, of course, the only way to commence social anxiety self-help is to face the situation with a commitment towards […]

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CBT is the Most Common Treatment for Anxiety – How Can It Help You?

What is Anxiety? We all sometimes experience feelings of worry and nervousness. An anxiety disorder, however, involves excessive uneasiness. This chronic apprehension is usually combined with panic attacks and/or some kind of compulsive behavior. We don’t always know we have an anxiety disorder because we may be more focused on the symptoms. Common anxiety symptoms […]

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