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3 Things Entrepreneurs Need To Do When Dealing With Anxiety And Depression

Since I first began writing about the struggles with anxiety, depression, and uncertainty two years ago, I’ve heard from hundreds of entrepreneurs who are in desperate need of help. I’ve been humbled by the response, and do my best to connect with each person in a timely manner. Invariably, the …

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Using Lots Of Social Media Accounts Linked To Anxiety And Depression

New research links the number of social media platforms a person uses with risk of depression and anxiety. The analysis, published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, shows that people who report using seven to 11 social media platforms had more than three times the risk of depression and …

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5 Ways to Keep Anxiety and Depression From Ruining Your Budget

Life gets tough sometimes. When work is overwhelming, you are fighting with your parents, and the news seems to get grimmer every day, you might find yourself shopping your way into a better mood or pulling the covers over your head and ignoring all of your responsibilities. Stress, anxiety, and …

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Depression's physical source discovered

The human medial (reward-related, OFC13) and lateral (non-reward-related, OFC47/12) orbitofrontal cortex networks that show different functional connectivity in patients with depression. Credit: Image courtesy of University of Warwick Understanding of the physical root of depression has been advanced, thanks to research by the University of Warwick, UK, and Fudan University, …

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When Someone You Love Has Anxiety

Anxiety is unpredictable, confusing and intrusive. It’s tough. Not just for the people who have it but also for the people who love them. If you are one of those people, you would know too well that the second hand experience of anxiety feels bad enough – you’d do anything to …

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SIMPLE DRAWING TECHNIQUES FOR ANXIETY

DEAR WONDERFUL, CREATIVE YOU, I don’t normally like to engage in “telling secrets,” but today I will, because I want to share two artistic secrets with you. Don’t tell anyone. Unless you like them. Or find them useful, or fun, or entertaining. Then please tell them to everyone you meet, …

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Back-to-school anxiety when your kid has special needs And Living with autism

The countdown is on. In less than two weeks, my once 8-lb, 6-oz baby boy will start junior kindergarten. A lot of planning has gone into this, his foray into public schooling. I always looked forward to back-to-school shoppingwhen I was a kid. With my own kids, I’ve daydreamed about …

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Anxiety Might Actually Be Good For You In Certain Circumstances, Says Study, So Add That To The List Of Benefits

Anxiety is usually thought of as a negative thing, since it often gets in the way of our enjoyment of life. However, a new study has found a surprising benefit to anxiety: Those who experience it may potentially navigate threats better than those who don’t. Researchers from PSL Research University …

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13 Myths People With Anxiety Want You to ‘Just Get Over’

This is what they had to say: Myth #1: It’s super easy to just “stop worrying” or “get over it.” “These words happen way more than they should.” Myth #2: Anxiety is something to be ashamed of. “The more open we are about [my son’s] condition, the more understanding and accepting other people …

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11 Things People With Anxiety Want You To Understand

Mental illnesses like general anxiety disorder (GAD) don’t discriminate, no matter what your race, background, or socioeconomic status is. That said, women are 60 percent more likely than men to have an anxiety disorder, so chances are, you or someone close to you is dealing with it. It could be …

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