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By Dr. Cheryl Lane, PhD While most people are at least somewhat familiar with PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder), few have heard of a very similar...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder Definition Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is characterized by free-floating anxiety that seems to be a constant feat...
There is ample evidence showing that supported employment works well. Programs such as the one offered at the Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA) hel...
The best anxiety management tools are those that can be used most anywhere, take little time to perform, and are immediately effective. One of the be...
Walking through an evergreen forest and inhaling the sharp pine-scented air is refreshing and up lifting. It leaves you feeling lively and alert. What...
Overcoming depression is a big accomplishment, but many live with the worry of relapsing or having depression symptoms return. Don’t let fear take hol...
Exercising is often thought of tiring and exhausting. But a high amount of intense exercise can not only lead to making you feel physically great righ...
While doing research on loneliness in older adults, psychologist John Cacioppo and his colleagues identified three core dimensions of healthy relation...
If you need help letting go of self-rejection and shaming thoughts or feelings, consider trying The Loving-kindness Meditation. This technique has bee...

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