Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Getting the Specifics

by Kay Marcotte April 10, 2014

It's difficult to gain any useful information from a term like "generalized anxiety," Sure, you can say it's a feeling of general anxiety, but what is it besides that? If you'd like to know more about what GAD is, come read up on the facts here.
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Connecting OCD and Separation Anxiety Disorder

by Kay Marcotte March 25, 2014

Separation anxiety can occur in younger children, and usually goes away with age. But how does having separation anxiety disorder affect someone as he or she ages? Find out how it relates to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder here.
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How Emetophobia Can Be Influenced by Social Phobia

by Kay Marcotte February 27, 2014

Emetophobia can be a complex and difficult illness to cope with and treat. Many people who have it feel too embarrassed and isolated to even attempt seeking help. Find out how social anxiety issues can have an effect on a person with emetophobia here.
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Recovering from Severe Emetophobia in Childhood

by Kay Marcotte January 9, 2014

Emetophobia is a fear that can have a disruptive effect on your life and happiness. It can be especially difficult for a child to deal with. Find out how a combined treatment with drugs and exposure therapy helped a young girl to get better after she developed emetophobia.
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Emetophobia Is Rare But Also Treatable (Pt. 2)

by Kay Marcotte December 6, 2013

If you read last week's article on emetophobia, you're probably curious about the specific treatment options available to someone with emetophobia. Come find out how people treat emetophobia and how well the treatments work.
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Emetophobia Is Rare But Also Treatable (Pt. 1)

by Kay Marcotte November 29, 2013

Emetophobia may seem like a rare and mysterious condition, because so few people have heard of it. Although the general population does not know what it is, there are still treatments available. Read more about it here.
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What Can You Do if You Struggle with a Phobia?

by Kay Marcotte November 26, 2013

Phobias are a lot more common than most people think; after all, everyone is afraid of something! Sadly, many people don't realize that they don't have to live with the fear and anxiety caused by a phobia. Read more here.
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Why We Humans are So Prone to Punishing Ourselves (Ouch!)

by Rich Presta November 21, 2013

Punishment as a child typically meant paying our dues and moving on. But not everyone has moved on and instead engages in chronic punishment they do to themselves. Read on to discover what brings it on -- and why you need to stop it.
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