Source: Brené Brown's Top 4 Life Lessons As unique as we all are, an awful lot of us want the same things. We want to shake up our current less-than-fulfilling lives. We want to be happier, more loving, forgiving and connected with the people around us. So...we make decisions ("I'm going to hang out with … Continue reading Brené Brown’s Top 4 Life Lessons
Do you ever feel totally alone with your anxiety, stress, or depression? Do you ever feel that others have their life together but your life is falling apart? Do you ever wish you could connect with people in a more authentic manner? Has anxiety, stress, or depression taken over your life? The Solidarity Group meets … Continue reading The Solidarity Group
Next to anxiety, depression is the most common clinical presentation we see in the Counseling Center. The following is from an article that I have found helpful and want to pass it along to you. I vouch for the information and tips provided. The full article's link can be accessed below: "A common response to … Continue reading Dealing with Depression, Part 1: Finding Motivation when Depressed
"Social anxiety disorder, sometimes referred to as social phobia, is a type of anxiety disorder that causes extreme fear in social settings. People with this disorder have trouble talking to people, meeting new people, and attending social gatherings. They fear being judged or scrutinized by others. They may understand that their fears are irrational or … Continue reading Dealing with Anxiety, Part 4: Social Anxiety (Includes Videos)
Article Summary: Anxiety vs Anxiety Disorder Types of Anxiety Tips and Tools ___________________________________________________________ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMgbP-PlOps We all have anxiety and fear from time to time. That's just part of being human. When does normal levels of anxiety begin to look like a disorder? Frankly stated, anxiety becomes an anxiety disorder when 1) the level of anxiety … Continue reading Dealing with Anxiety, Part 3: The Types of Anxiety
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