Anxiety and Anxiety DisordersCategory
“I never shared my anxiety with any of my friends, not even the closest ones. This was mostly because it was so exhausting trying to expla..
This is an interview with a student who recently discovered a new part of herself– her homosexuality. This article explores her struggle ..
Imagine an eight-year-old child stressing about choosing the flavor of their ice-cream as much as they would about a test at school. They ..
It is a typical weekend, and you are loafing around your house looking for something to do. You feel a little lonely, so you turn on your ..
It feels like a recurring nightmare. You’re in class, and your teacher calls on you. You know the answer, but you struggle to push the wor..
As a teaching assistant in a preschool, I found this journal article particularly interesting and relevant to my own life.
Apparently House and his team are such skilled medical professionals that they succeed in convincing a person to spontaneously get rid of his mental health disorder without administering any real treatment for it.
But, as most science-related classes will teach us at one point or another, correlation does not equal causation, so an individual may have an anxiety disorder and never develop anorexia nervosa, or another individual will develop an anxiety disorder and soon after develop anorexia nervosa.
Because of the efficacy in terms of both cost and outcome of exposure-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in treating anxiety disorde..
In earlier posts we’ve looked at how stigma can prevent people from getting the treatment they need for the mental health disorder they al..