Category Archives: Anxiety

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Exiting the Maze: A Spiritual Answer to Psychological Chaos

Author Nathan Cole explains his OCD as being “chained in a mental prison that I could not escape.” He paints a picture of what so many feel when battling this disorder. Read about the darkness he experienced and how finding faith led him out. continue reading »

Shy Bladder? You Aren’t Alone.

“Going to” public places can be very difficult for those of us that have social anxiety but “going” in public places can be very difficult for those of us that have a specific kind of social anxiety called Paruresis (par-yoo-ree-sis). Do you or someone you know of experience this? Alan Carriero LMSW, of OCD Grand Rapids, shares successful treatment options for this Shy Bladder Syndrome. continue reading »

Guest Post: Are You Anxious in Love?

Do you find that anxiety creeps into your relationship? Carolyn Daitch, author of “Anxious in Love”, shares three steps to help renew the bond. continue reading »

Guest Post: I Am Not “So OCD”: Creating a Stigma-Free School Environment

Ever hear someone say, “I’m so OCD?” A lot of people use the phrase, but few understand what OCD REALLY is. Alison Dotson shares how students can discuss in a school setting. continue reading »

Anxiety and the Brain: 25 Routes to Safety

Ever had the feeling you just couldn’t do it? Dr. Kai Swigert explains why fear feels so real and offers “25 Routes to Safety.” continue reading »

En(Joy)ing the Holidays

“When the holidays are here, there can be great potential for joy, but also, great potential for stress,” shares Lauren Helm with The Center for Stress and Anxiety Management. In her recent article, En(Joy)ing the Holidays, Lauren offers seven self-care taking reminders to help you through the holiday season. continue reading »

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