How Anxiety Robbed me of my 20s and 30s

How Anxiety Robbed me of my 20s and 30s Anxiety unfortunately was a big part of my life for over 20 years. In hindsight I can see how this deliberating condition affected my 20s and 30s and caused a multitude of problems for me. The first problem that anxiety caused me is a phobia of […]

Similar Brain Circuits Associated with Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Similar Brain Circuits Associated with Mood and Anxiety Disorders Investigators believe the brain imaging findings hold promise for the development of new treatments targeting these regions of the brain in patients with major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety disorders.For the first time, researchers have found evidence that individuals with mood and […]

Surviving Anxiety and Stress as an Essential Personnel During COVID-19

Surviving Anxiety and Stress as an Essential Personnel During COVID-19 Laura & Tim Kendrick Are you struggling too as essential personnel, mother/father, partner, caregiver, now home school educator and income provider? Fears of being the one to bring the virus home to your loved ones who have been practicing “Social Distancing?” The stress of COVID-19 […]

Coping with coronavirus anxiety

Coping with coronavirus anxiety Worrying about all the news on the new coronavirus and the illness it causes? Well, that makes good sense. If you’re wondering how to cope with anxious feelings that are surfacing, this blog post can guide you through steps that may be helpful to many people. If you often struggle with […]

Christmas time or anxious time

Christmas time or anxious time? For many, Christmas time can be a time of great joy and celebration, particularly for children. Most adults too enjoy meeting up with friends and family and enjoy much needed time off from the stresses of the work place. For others though Christmas can be a stressful time, a lonely […]

How my anxiety began

How my anxiety began I remember it well, it was 1998, I was doing my A levels at King Edward College. I wasn’t particularly enjoying it there due to the very strict conservative regime that demanded academic excellence. I remember clearly one day during an Economics class answering a question and midsentence I stopped. I […]

Things That Can Make Anxiety Far Worse

Things That Can Make Anxiety Far Worse Anxiety is an extremely deliberating condition that must be addresses as a matter of urgency. People who suffer from anxiety are often in a confused state of mind, and are at odds with what is wrong with them and how to go about providing a solution to their […]

Top 10 Signs That You Have Anxiety

Top 10 Signs That You Have Anxiety Anxiety is a normal part of everyday life. For example, we may feel anxious on a first date, during an interview or when speaking in public. For some people though anxiety takes over their lives to the extent that they almost always feel anxious to a greater or […]

What is Anxiety

What is Anxiety Anxiety to those who don’t suffer from it can be difficult to define and comprehend by those who do not suffer from it. Often people who don’t suffer from anxiety get irritated, frustrated and angry with anxious people, as if the anxious person is an attention seeker and ‘putting it on’. Often […]

How my anxiety caused problems for my dating life

How my anxiety caused problems for my dating life Dating for most people can be very daunting, particularly if you are meeting people off the internet that you have never met before. Having some pre-date nerves are inevitable, for people who have an anxiety disorder dating is infinitely more difficult. I remember before I met […]