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There are three obsessive behaviors that you are likely to be engaging in that is impeding your healing process and stopping you from enjoying a stress-free life. Recognizing these barriers can be a great first...

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A defined number of people sometimes experience having a hard time in trying to interact with others. Shyness, isolation, and lack of interest prevent people from having good interactions with others. This is felt by...

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Writing anxiety and writing block are informal terms that are used for pessimistic and anxious feelings about writing. Research has shown that the majority of students today exhibit unusually strong apprehension about writing. This debilitating...

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A Great Eye Opener Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Tim Burton, is one of the greatest films ever made for both the art film and mainstream movie industries. The book-based film managed to...

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Do not let fear and anxiety stop you from dating. Some people get really nervous when they go out on a first or second date. As a result, here are some techniques a person can...

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Women work way beyond the 9-5 shift, often having to rush home to cook dinner, help the kids with homework, and prepare the next day’s office attire for the hubby etc. The stress and anxiety...

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In today’s world of downsizing and job insecurity, burnout is scary. Luckily, experts agree that you can bust out of burnout and get back to business by taking control of your situation. Getting Overwork Under...

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Here’s the question of the day for the followers of the anxious athlete blog…Do you know EXACTLY where your stress is coming from, or do you generalize? The problem with generalizing is that you can’t...

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Our ancestors kept telling us that we become what we eat; and highlighted the importance of the connection food has over the way we think which ultimately leads to the actions we take. Our diet...

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The dinner time conversation went better than I expected with Robyn. I convinced her that a temporary move to Bali Indonesia could be an adventure of a lifetime, and that the trip hopefully would help...

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The Answer Was Right There I quickly realized that who I surrounded myself with I became! My environment had a massive impact on how I thought, felt and even acted. The more I hung around...

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The World Of Health Anxiety On the 6th doctor I visited to look deeper into what these agonizing symptoms I was experiencing could be, I got some interesting advice. The advice I was given was...

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Stress has always been a part of our lives. In these hectic times, people lead an increasingly stressful life. Experts state that a little stress can be good; it keeps you sharp and ready to...

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In today’s day-to-day lifestyle, depression is a very familiar disorder. It affects every eighth man and every fourth woman (scary I know). Many of us are actually unaware of the symptoms of depression which include...

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The performance anxiety problem begins to look too big to solve for most, impossible to actually eliminate, overwhelming and improbable. Each time you attempt to change something in your life and don’t, the more you...

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