From the category archives:

Coping

For the last year, it seems that everytime we pick up the paper, there is more bad economic news. Let’s see, we’ve had a gas crisis, a housing crisis, a banking crisis, a stock market crisis, an unemployment crisis… what’s next?

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Many people who have not experienced Social Anxiety Disorder confuse it with shyness or don’t consider it to be a real disorder with real impact on people.

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New here? Join the discussion and Ask a Question (or answer one by commenting!) To keep up to date on all questions, answers, and comments, subscribe to our email or RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!My wife and kids LOVE the holidays. I find them totally stressful. I enjoy lots of stuff around the holidays, [...]

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This article is the second in the Living with Social Anxiety series. This article focuses on what a person who suffers from social anxiety disorder experiences when shopping at a store … particularly large retail stores, malls or supermarkets.

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Getting treatment for anxiety does not mean it’s a quick fix solution, but it takes months to years to see improvements through traditional methods.  This article lists things you can do to reduce the amount of stress, depression, and anxiety that maybe plaguing your life.

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