In generalized anxiety disorder, a person has persistent, nagging feelings of worry or anxiety. These feelings are either unusually intense, or out of proportion to the real troubles and dangers of the person's everyday life.
The disorder is defined as persistent worry every day or almost every day, for six months or more. In some cases, a person with generalized anxiety disorder feels he or she has always been a worrier, even since childhood or adolescence. In other cases,...Read more
A recently published on-line survey commissioned by the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) provides up-close and... Read more »
A few weeks ago in a telephone conversation with my mom, she mentioned that one of my sisters had been having some problems with her... Read more »