Tips To Help You With Your Social Anxiety Problem

Tips To Help You With Your Social Anxiety Problem Social anxiety is not very popular in the United States. It is just not an issue, and it is not something that a lot of people worry about. If you are one of the millions of people who suffer from this condition, you may be curious about ways to overcome your anxiety. You are in luck, because here are a few simple tips to help you with your social anxiety problem. Sometimes you need to take a moment to think about…

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Trichotillomania – Its Signs and Symptoms

Trichotillomania – Its Signs and Symptoms Trichotillomania is the word for involuntary hair pulling. It is an acquired habit or compulsion that develops if your child has stress or anxiety. For young children, it could be brought on by frustration or humiliation, stress, illness, affection or friendship, or even boredom. If you have ever witnessed your child with this habit, you are very lucky. They are not permanently affected, which is good news for parents, especially since children’s emotional development is so fragile. Neurologists tend to see trichotillomania as an…

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Life, Death, and Anxiety

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder A very common kind of anxiety is GAD (generalized anxiety disorder). People with GAD have trouble with concentration, are in constant worry and restless.  GAD can affect anyone at any age.  It is usually treatable with medication and therapy. How to Manage Anxiety Begin taking a look at methods by which you’ll be able to eradicate some of your anxiety. More people suffer from this disorder today than ever before. There are two things you will need to understand. When an anxiety isn’t treated it can lead…

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A Lesson in Responsibility

Growing up my mother kept a clean and tidy home. She taught all five of us kids the importance of taking care of our things and the home.  As an adult I get anxious at the site of clutter and messes.  I can’t stand it. When the mess is too hard for me to handle I go for a walk. I must get away from it. If I want less anxiety I could spend all day cleaning up after my five children.  Kids are messy. However, if I do that…

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Let it Go

Just like Elsa did in Frozen, I need to let it go too. But for me, the it is my anxieties and high expectations of myself.  It is time for me to “Let it go.” Elsa stopped hiding and stopped trying to be who she really wasn’t. Ever since I was little I wanted to be who I wasn’t. I was too hard on myself and thought I could do more than I could really handle. When I didn’t reach a goal, I felt defeated and humiliated. I set my…

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