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Do I Have Anxiety: Distinguishing Between ‘Normal’ Anxiety and a Disorder

Do I Have Anxiety?

Anxiety and fear are normal feelings that all of us experience in our lives. In most cases anxiety and fear appear when we are under stress, and are completely natural as a part of self preservations. Because anxiety is a normal part of life, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish whether or not our anxiety has become anxiety disorder. Talking about anxiety and anxiety disorders can be confusing, but it’s important to differentiate between the two....

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