HealthCentral columnist Eddie McNamara shares his best advice for getting through it so you can cope, too.
Stories That Inspire Us
"Through this diagnosis, time and time again, my husband continues to teach me how to save my own life"
"Once you've lived with pain, you're so much more appreciative for the good days."
"I have psoriasis, but I'm living with it, and I'm living fully with it."
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We have new column, people! Eddie McNamara shares his experience—and his advice—for living the life you want despite anxiety and PTSD.
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