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Do You Have Depression, or Could It Be Something Else?

by Kay Marcotte November 12, 2014

Depression can  be a major problem for people who suffer from various anxiety illnesses like emetophobia or panic disorder, but you should always consult with a mental health professional before assuming you have it. There are several health problems with symptoms that resemble those of depression. Read on to find out more about these conditions and how they are diagnosed.
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How to Master Your Stress Today

by Kay Marcotte October 29, 2014

With all the responsibilities and commitments we have to deal with, it's not surprising that we tend to get weighed down by stress. Fortunately, there are a lot of healthy strategies we can use to manage it. If you want to do a better job of keeping your anxiety and stress under control, read on!
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Living with (and Recovering from) Emetophobia

by Kay Marcotte September 2, 2014

Emetophobia is not an anxiety disorder that many people understand. Everyone tries to avoid being sick or seeing someone else get sick, but the avoidance can be taken to the extreme. Find out what happened to a young lady whose life was ruled by emetophobia.
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Fear Vs. Phobia: How to Tell the Difference

by Kay Marcotte August 12, 2014

Everyone is afraid of something, but how do you know when your fears have gotten out of control? What separates fear from phobia? Read more to find out!
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Is It Possible to Inherit Emetophobia?

by Kay Marcotte July 2, 2014

Researchers are finding that a number of mental health conditions may have a genetic component. This can be a cause of concern for people who suffer from disorders like emetophobia; they wonder if their children will go on to develop anxiety issues as well. Read to find out more about inheriting anxiety.
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Old-Fashioned Methods of Anxiety Relief

by Kay Marcotte May 13, 2014

Everyone has to deal with stress from time to time, but the way you handle life's annoyances can make a major difference in your emotional well-being. If you are interested in learning to unwind and regain your sense of peace, you're in luck! There are more ways than ever to beat your anxiety.
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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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