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  • Depressed
    Could online therapy be better for mental health patients?
    Many people suffer from some form of mental illness whether it is depression, a form of anxiety, or an even worse form of mental health, schizophrenia. There are many more forms of mental illnesses than that but those are just to name a few. There...
  • Meditation
    Meditation in Motion
    Who hasn’t dealt with some form of anxiety these days? I can name just a few contributors like politics, religion, race, health, finances, etc… It’s pretty easy to identify these contributors when we look thru our Facebook feeds...
  • Feeling anxious? Eat sauerkraut
    Feeling anxious? Eat sauerkraut
    That sinking feeling in your gut which heralds an anxiety attack might actually respond to eating fermented foods. Professors Matthew Hilimire and Catherine Forestell from William and Mary College collaborated with Assistant Professor Jordan...
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
    Understanding generalized anxiety disorder or GAD
    “Chronic anxiety is a state more undesirable than any other, and we will try almost any maneuver to eliminate it.” ― Robert E. NealeGeneralized anxiety disorder or GAD affects 6.8 million adults or roughly 3% of the U.S. population...
  • Handguns
    Millions of U.S. kids exposed to weapons violence
    A new study found that more than one in four American kids is exposed to weapon-related violence before their eighteenth birthday. The research findings, published online in the June 8 journal Pediatrics, showed that exposure to guns and knives ...
  • Always ask for help
    How to deal with your fears and depression
    Some people have a difficult time in managing their depression. Sometimes, their depression and fears can get the best of them. As a result, here is a short list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their depression. One of the ways...
  • Enjoy Yourself
    How to cope with your persistent fears
    Everybody deals with anxiety and depression, however some people have a difficult time in managing it. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their most persistent fears and every day anxieties. When...
  • What is Fibromyalgia? Learn about the Symptoms, Treatment and Medications
    What is Fibromyalgia? Learn about the Symptoms, Treatment and Medications
    Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that affects muscles and their surrounding soft tissues resulting in chronic, consistent muscle pain, body fatigue and painful areas that are sensitive to touch throughout the body. Fibromyalgia is not a curable...
  • Overwhelmed
    Hate your job: stop doing it that way
    You get up every morning, shower, make your coffee and may even pack your lunch. It’s the same thing day-in and day-out. It wouldn’t be so bad if you liked your job; just a little! But instead, you despise your job. You have the boss...
  • Sharp Objects
    The first cut is the deepest: Book review of ‘Sharp Objects’ by Gillian Flynn
    Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects is an “anxiety attack novel” so grab your asthma inhaler before cracking open this book. In some ways it makes Flynn’s Gone Girl seem akin to a Disney tale starring a princess who gets...
  • The Rein Coat
    Product review - The Rein Coat
    When the family dog has anxiety it can be very disturbing to not only the pup but the owners as well. Paula Hege has a story that includes an odyssey towards calm that goes above and beyond the rest. On a stormy day, years ago, in South Carolina,...
  • Amanda Seyfried
    Amanda Seyfried anxiety, star reveals seeking therapy
    Amanda Seyfried has revealed that she suffers from anxiety and is terrified to get up in front of an audience, Seyfried claims her anxiety was so bad that she was forced to seek therapy to cope with it according to a Tuesday, May 19 report from...
  • Parents may not recognize anxiety or behavioral problems as medical issues
    Homework trouble, anxiety, and anger may signal medical problems in kids
    Parents are usually quick to notice physical symptoms of illness in their kids, but may not connect their children’s anxiety or temper tantrums with possible medical problems, says a study by the University of Michigan Health System. The...
  • Retirement is fun!
    Afraid of retirement? You are not alone.
    Until a few years ago, retirement had never been part of my everyday conversation.But then my friend Carol’s husband was forced out of his job at age fifty-eight due to a company merger, and he decided to retire. Carol told me she was not at...
  • Stress
    On Edge? 4 Steps to Lessening the Effects of Stress
    It’s sad but true: Stress has become so commonplace that it’s now a way of life.In fact, as Tim Kreider noted inThe ‘Busy’ Trap, one of my all-time favorite op-ed pieces inTheNew York Times,our “busyness serves as a...
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