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Positive Aspects of Anxiety: A Look at Anxiety’s Silver Linings

Positive Aspects of Anxiety

You don’t like anxiety. Why would you? The constant worry, the jumping to negative conclusions and the fear weigh heavily in your life. And those are only the cognitive symptoms. The physical symptoms can be even worse. There is the profuse sweating, being lightheaded, having shaky hands and never being able to sit still that always seems to alert those around you that you are uneasy. In some forms, anxiety only mildly impacts your life. If...

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