Anxiety Symptoms
Brittany Da Silva
Brittany Da Silva
July 10, 2018
Anxiety symptoms can vary from person to person, but if your symptoms are persistent and unrelenting, you may have an anxiety disorder.

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Gift Giving Anxiety

The Struggles of Gift Giving Anxiety

While others around you are excited for gathering with family and friends, you are experiencing something else; something decidedly less festive — fear.
by Eric Patterson on December 8, 2015
Nocturnal Panic Attacks

How to Manage Nocturnal Panic Attacks

By the time night comes, you may look forward to the rest sleeping provides. This can be short-lived if nocturnal panic attacks are a part of your life.
by Eric Patterson on November 24, 2015
Apps for mood tracking

Useful Apps for Mood Tracking

Managing your anxiety every day can be a big challenge, but using apps for mood tracking can be highly effective as a part of your therapy.
by Emily Jason on October 28, 2015
Being Kind to Yourself

Being Kind to Yourself

The truth is, when it comes ourselves we’re not always as good with kindness as we are with the other people in our lives. But we should be!
by Brandy Ostler on October 14, 2015
Anxiety and Your In-Laws

Keeping Calm During Visits With Your In-Laws

Getting to know your partner's family can be difficult enough on its own. When you add social anxiety to the mix, you've got a real situation on your hands.
by Kiki Woodham on September 9, 2015
Managing Social Anxiety on Public Transport

Managing Social Anxiety on Public Transport

It's around rush hour and I have to take the bus to an appointment. As soon as I sit down, it starts - my social anxiety on public transport.
by Kiki Woodham on July 29, 2015
What Not to Say to Someone with Anxiety

What Not to Say to Someone With Anxiety

It seems like anxiety is on the rise. If you know more than 10 people, chances are great that you know someone with an anxiety disorder.
by Eric Patterson on June 24, 2015
The Importance of Talking About Anxiety

The Importance of Talking About Anxiety

People who suffer from anxiety feel ashamed of their condition and try to hide it and not speak about it at all when they should be talking about anxiety.
by Emily Jason on June 17, 2015
Social Anxiety vs. Shyness

Social Anxiety vs Shyness

A lack of solid information continues to breed uncertainty and confusion regarding the difference between shyness and social phobia/social anxiety disorder.
by Eric Patterson on June 2, 2015
Guided Imagery for Anxiety

Guided Imagery for Anxiety

This time is different because there is a useful technique called guided imagery that can fulfill all of the goals listed above and more.
by Eric Patterson on May 20, 2015