Anxiety

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Child psychologists share their advice for concerned parents during this time of uncertainty.
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If the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting your mental health, read this.
Coronavirus and the chaotic response to it has elicited feelings of anxiety, betrayal, anger and fear.
The supermarket is filled with uncertainty — parking spots, crowds, decisions — making it a hotbed of anxiety triggers.
COVID-19 is a very real problem. But there are also some other points to keep in perspective if you're anxious.
The rapper shared her fears about the pandemic on Instagram, telling her fans that she "ain't gonna front."
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The mental health condition can affect everything from intimacy to libido to orgasms.
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Agoraphobia isn't just anxiety. I suffer many consequences as a direct result of this condition.
Like many mental illnesses, anxiety can be hidden. But panic attacks are often frighteningly visible.
There are a lot of myths around what it's like to have both mental health conditions at the same time. Let's clear some of those up.
Examining the toxic thoughts and behaviors that you should kick to the curb and advice on how to do it.
How do you enjoy the holiday season when you're exhausted and stressed out? Therapists share simple tips to help you cope.
The offensive lineman tried to play but "just wasn’t able to do it.”
I have, and live with, an illness that society still struggles to understand.
I lived with a time bomb of a secret and I rarely told anyone what was happening to me, afraid they would think I was strange.
There’s a lot of loneliness in having someone discount who you are for something you can’t control.