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Fears of kissing under the mistletoe, turkeys, relatives or sparking lights exist! Here are some unknown, but very real, Christmas phobias.
They may seem simple, but exercise, adequate sleep, and sunlight can really make an impact on your depression.
If you’re living with anxiety, joining a support group can sound extremely daunting. But the benefits outweigh the disadvantages, and they can really make an impact on your recovery.
The benefits of exposing yourself gradually to social situations you might ordinarily avoid.
There can be a dark side to the anonymity and accessibility that the internet provides.
Countless people experience “stage fright” at some point in their life. Here’s how to fight it.
Messages such as “suck it up!” from family or other loved ones can help in building emotional blocks later in life.
Navigating a new campus with new friends can be both daunting and exciting. Add IBD in the mix and there are some extra rules to keep in mind.
Teens with close friends tend to have less social anxiety than popular peers during early adulthood.
The fear of being alone brings acute feelings of worry and panic at the thought of having to cope, either without a specific person or without any person being in close proximity to you. It is known by several names: monophobia, autophobia, isolophob...