Anger can be a difficult and powerful emotion. I am not entirely comfortable with anger and sometimes still feel like pushing it away. This is a giant leap ahead of my previous attitude toward anger: dismiss its relevance and reject its existence.
Although the idea of dismissing anger--or flat out rejecting... Read more
In my previous posts, I shared that a dear friend committed suicide last July. During the initial two months that followed, I experienced a multitude of emotions: anger, sadness, frustration, and helplessness at not being able to prevent the loss of a wonderful woman.
By September, however, these initial stages of grieving... Read more
The workplace can be a particularly difficult environment
for those dealing with social anxiety disorder and/or generalized anxiety
disorder. For the over 15 million people
who suffer with the illness, finding ways to adapt can be exhausting, if not
impossible, to contend with.
What follows is my own personal experience... Read more
A recently published on-line survey commissioned by the
Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) provides up-close and personal
insight into the severe effects of social anxiety disorder.
The survey... Read more
I have been dealing with many serious issues of late. I am not talking about my work life or social
life (although these two areas have been affected). I am speaking out about what can occur in
life that is beyond the routine.
At present, I am currently involved in four lawsuits. Yes, four.
The first two were weird... Read more