Tag: social anxiety

11 Ways to Cope with Anxiety

People with anxiety struggle on a day to day basis in ways most of the population doesn’t have to. Through this cycle, it can often be difficult to properly process emotions and understand where they’re coming from. The purpose of developing coping skills is to develop your own effort to solve both personal and interpersonal

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How to Recognize and Reduce Anxiety

Everyone can expect to feel anxiety from time to time. Some people feel it under certain circumstances, such as in front of a group of people or when interviewing for a job. But others feel it on a consistent basis. Anxiety is a complicated disease which affects 40 million adults in America. It’s defined as

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What is an Anxiety Disorder?

People with an anxiety disorder will feel fear or worry to a point where it won’t stop and holds the potential to worsen over time. For some, anxiety impedes on their lives so much, they have trouble with important factors such as school, work, and/or relationships. An anxiety disorder produces what are normal human emotions;

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Social Media’s Role in Social Anxiety

Introduction Maybe you’re someone like me who suffers from social anxiety. You live day by day feeling lonelier and lonelier. I’d like to start by reminding you that you’re not alone. If you’re not someone like me, then I ask simply that you try to understand before reading on. People generally feel sensitive about this topic

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