Anxiety

diath piercing
Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
Does Daith Piercing for Anxiety Work?

Piercings are incredibly popular and prevalent in today’s culture.  An individual can pierce many regions of the body, including the ears, nose, tongue, or belly button.  People engage in piercing

neurosis
Michelle Overman LMFT
20 Examples of Neurotic Behavior

Everyone has some level of neuroses where we find ways to cope with emotional distress and anxious thoughts. However, using these types of coping mechanisms over time can become damaging

panic attack
Shannon V. McHugh, PsyD
How to Stop Panic Attacks

Worry, stress, and fear are all feelings that most people have experienced; life is full of times that cause us to feel a sense of unease, frustration, or difficulty thinking

dependent personality disorder
Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
What is Dependent Personality Disorder?

Infants enter the world completely dependent on others.  They cannot feed, soothe, or protect themselves and crying is their only recourse to garner attention from those around them.  They have

repression psychology
Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
What Is Repression Psychology? 

Often times, whether in television, movies, or real life, you hear tales about individuals experiencing some type of trauma and later, having no memory that it happened.  This often occurs

social anxiety
Karen Doll, Psy.D., L.P
How to Overcome Social Anxiety

Most of us have experienced anxiety or self consciousness during a social situation. Public speaking is a common source which may include self-consciousness, embarrassment, or physical symptoms such as flushing,

duck
Shannon V. McHugh, PsyD
Is Anatidaephobia a Real Phobia?

One of the main diagnoses that psychologists treat is anxiety; anxiety is defined as “a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease” that typically involves feeling a sense of uncertainty about

anxiety uninstalling
Yocheved Golani
Anxiety from A-Z

Fast Company’s Eating the Frog Won’t Boost Productivity article illustrates why it is smart to deal with an anxiety instead of overriding it. We tend to solve unpleasant problems with