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How to Support an Employee with Social Anxiety

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How to Support an Employee with Social Anxiety

Imagine this. You hired a new employee who showed a lot of promise. Their experience showed that they are perhaps a stalwart in their field. Their performance has been so good that you decide to promote them and make them a team leader. You also feel that they have the potential to get your next […]

How to Find Success Despite Social Anxiety

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How to Find Success Despite Social Anxiety

For a person with social anxiety who is trying to find success, help is available through many different mediums. Did you know that only 25% of people with a social anxiety disorder receive treatment for it? While receiving professional treatment is often the second stage of overcoming social anxiety, you can start with simple day […]

Your Guide to Managing Social Anxiety in College

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Your Guide to Managing Social Anxiety in College

People who suffer from social anxiety know that no two individuals share the same triggers. For some people, merely talking in groups can be tricky, while others may experience fear when meeting new individuals. Even though these may be common problems, it is another ball game altogether to deal with manage social anxiety in college. A […]

How to Know if You Have Social Phobia

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How to Know if You Have Social Phobia

All of us have felt nervous while facing certain social situations. You must have often heard people who have acute stage fear, or that mingling with people makes somebody uncomfortable. While going on dates or giving presentations may undoubtedly be some of the topmost everyday situations where people feel nervous, it can eventually turn into […]

Tips for Maintaining Mental Wellness into the Later Adult and Senior Years

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Tips for Maintaining Mental Wellness into the Later Adult and Senior Years

Healthy habits for seniors has become a very important topic these days. Maybe that’s because everyone wants longevity. But old age presents its own set of challenges and good health during this phase of life isn’t guaranteed. But that isn’t saying wellness and happiness are absent from the senior years. Healthy aging is possible. And […]

Talking About Top Reasons Why & Teen Suicide: Tips for Parents

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Talking About Top Reasons Why & Teen Suicide: Tips for Parents

Suicide rates are rising worldwide. And up to 50 percent of young adults and adolescents with bipolar disorder attempt suicide at some point. That’s scary, especially for parents with troubled teens. But what’s really happening with these kids? What’s bothering them? Fortunately, teen suicide is preventable. We developed this resource to support parents with teens […]

Social Anxiety in Toddlers: What You Should Know

2 months ago · · 0 comments

Social Anxiety in Toddlers: What You Should Know

It’s normal for some toddlers and even adults to feel a little anxious or worried from time to time. But if mild anxiety and worries morph into fear and extreme anxiety that immobilize the person, that’s a problem. At that point, you have what developmental experts call social anxiety. Now, the problem with social anxiety […]

How to Cope with a Loved One Dealing with Late Life Depression

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How to Cope with a Loved One Dealing with Late Life Depression

According to the Geriatric Mental Health Foundation, 15% of people aged over 65 in the U.S. battle depression. The numbers are even higher in nursing homes and hospitals. But late-life depression isn’t only happening in the U.S. A cross-sectional study (n=28,796, mean age 74) found that this type of depression affected 35 percent of Southern […]

How Do You Correct Diagnose for a Mental Illness?

3 months ago · · 0 comments

How Do You Correct Diagnose for a Mental Illness?

The last thing anyone living with a mental illness wants is an inaccurate diagnosis of mental illness. But psychiatric misdiagnosis happens a lot more than anyone wants to admit. That’s the reason you should perform due diligence and exert the effort necessary for choosing your therapist. An accurate diagnosis is the highest form of kindness […]

Smile! August is Admit You’re Happy Month

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Smile! August is Admit You’re Happy Month

If Abraham Lincoln is to be believed, people can choose to be happy any time they want. You can choose to be happy this August. Actually, you’re not as unhappy as you’ve made yourself to believe. Many good things are happening in your life right now. You just aren’t noticing all the little “miracles” that […]