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When Someone You Love Has Anxiety

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Anxiety is unpredictable, confusing and intrusive. It’s tough. Not just for the people who have it but also for the people who love them. If you …

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DEAR WONDERFUL, CREATIVE YOU, I don’t normally like to engage in “telling secrets,” but today I will, because I want to share two artistic secrets with you. Don’t tell anyone. Unless you like them. Or find them useful, or fun, or entertaining. Then please tell them to everyone you meet, …

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13 Myths People With Anxiety Want You to ‘Just Get Over’

This is what they had to say: Myth #1: It’s super easy to just “stop worrying” or “get over it.” “These words happen way more than they should.” Myth #2: Anxiety is something to be ashamed of. “The more open we are about [my son’s] condition, the more understanding and accepting other people …

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11 Things People With Anxiety Want You To Understand

Mental illnesses like general anxiety disorder (GAD) don’t discriminate, no matter what your race, background, or socioeconomic status is. That said, women are 60 percent more likely than men to have an anxiety disorder, so chances are, you or someone close to you is dealing with it. It could be …

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Scientists Find Socially Anxious People Are Highly Intelligent

While it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that most people of high intelligence are usually socially awkward in some respect, most people don’t realize it’s not because they’re “dorks” or whatever high school stereotype you care to use. Rather, it’s because highly intelligent people see the world on an …

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10 Ways of Dealing with Someone Who Has Anxiety

Anxiety disorder isn’t just a state of complete panic. It is a lifestyle people have to learn to live with. The perfectionist. The goodie-goodie. They weren’t trying to make you look bad in school, doing every assignment, but rather easing their own worries. It was the anxiety of having a …

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