4 Tips For Finally Facing Your Fears

We know that the best way to deal with our fears is to face them. But, naturally, this sounds like a terrifying proposition. Thankfully, we can learn healthy ways to approach our fears instead of avoiding and denying them.

Nov 4

Categories: Anxiety, Fear, Health Psychology

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Worry: A Gloomy Daydream

Although everyone worries from time to time, some of us are plagued by worry on a daily basis. Why do we do this?

Nov 3

Categories: Anxiety

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Neurotic People Have A Surprising Mental Advantage

Neuroticism is characterised by negative thinking in a range of areas. However, over-thinking worriers enjoy this unexpected psychological advantage.

Oct 13

Categories: Anxiety, Personality problems

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Do You Feel Emotions Deeply? These Tips Might Help

Do you get overwhelmed by your emotions? You might be going about your day, and suddenly, an interaction sparks a strong feeling. Your fight, flight or freeze response kicks in. Your heart starts pounding, your muscles tense and your breath becomes ...

Sep 14

Categories: Anger Management, Anxiety, Caregiver Issues / Stress, Depression, ...

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Pressure to be available 24/7 on social media causes teen anxiety, ...

The need to be constantly available and respond 24/7 on social media accounts can cause depression, anxiety and decrease sleep quality for teenagers says a study presented at a British Psychological Society conference in Manchester.

Sep 12

Categories: Anxiety, Depression

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Feeling blue and seeing blue: Sadness may impair color perception

The world might seem a little grayer than usual when we're down in the dumps and we often talk about 'feeling blue' - new research suggests that the associations we make between emotion and color go beyond mere metaphor. The results of two studies ...

Sep 4

Categories: Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression

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Young picky eaters might have more mental health woes

So your young children won't eat Brussels sprouts, broccoli or beans? Maybe it's just a phase, and they'll grow out of it. Maybe they're tired of you bossing them around and this is one place where they can push back. Maybe, many parents say, you ...

Aug 5

Categories: Anxiety, Child Development, Depression, Eating Disorders, Mental ...

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Diabetic children at greater risk of depression and anxiety

A quarter of Australian teenagers with type 1 diabetes are also struggling with depression and anxiety. A study published today finds that the condition which is treated with injections is placing a significant psychological burden on children.

Jul 20

Categories: Anxiety, Child Development, Depression, Health / Illness / Medical ...

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Study: How Children Inherit Anxiety And Depression From Their Parents

It seems as though the nature v.s. nurture debate will never end and most modern scientists would come to the consensus that the development of a human being would comprise of both. However, one might think that mental disorders are largely due to ...

Jul 16

Categories: Anxiety, Depression

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The Uncanny Valley; Does your life need a filter for malign ...

Do you find yourself afraid of something that are.. almost normal? Almost human (Andriods)? Almost the same stuffed toy you used to have? Almost a happy family? You're not alone. This is exactly a result of a phenomenon known as The Uncanny Valley.

Jul 13

Categories: Anxiety

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Anxiety: The Reason It Can Socially Isolate You

Anxiety has a strange effect on this critical social ability, study finds. Anxiety interferes with the ability to take other people’s perspective, new research reveals. Anxiety makes people focus more on themselves and reduces their empathy for ...

Jul 8

Categories: Anxiety, Social Anxiety / Phobia

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Anxiety More than Depression Concerns College Students Today

According to the Center for Collegiate Mental Health 2014 annual report, anxiety is the number one concern of college students’ mental health needs today, with depression placing second. As college counseling centers continue to deal with ...

Jun 16

Categories: Anxiety, Depression

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Study links brain inflammation triggered by chronic pain to anxiety ...

Brain inflammation caused by chronic nerve pain alters activity in regions that regulate mood and motivation, suggesting for the first time that a direct biophysical link exists between long-term pain and the depression, anxiety and substance abuse ...

Jun 12

Categories: Anxiety, Depression

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How to instantly feel more powerful?

There are bound to be times when you feel anxious in situations, regardless of your usual confidence level. When we feel anxiety or stress, we develop our own way to cope with it by engaging in various techniques like imagining the audience are ...

May 23

Categories: Anxiety, Social Anxiety / Phobia

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Anxiety May Originate In Your Gut

Have you ever felt anxiety fluttering its relentless wings in the center of your stomach? It might not be simple nervousness. The human gut is often called the "second brain," and for very good reason. Research has begun to understand the link ...

May 19

Categories: Anxiety

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