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Tips for Overcoming Fear of Public Speaking

Countless people experience “stage fright” at some point in their life. Here’s how to fight it.

By Eileen Bailey

The Unspoken Dangers of Anxiety Messages

Messages such as “suck it up!” from family or other loved ones can help in building emotional blocks later in life.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS

The Unwritten Rules of College with IBD

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.

By Mandy Morgan

The Health Benefits of Teen Friendships

Teens with close friends tend to have less social anxiety than popular peers during early adulthood.

By Eileen Bailey

Tips for Fear of Being Alone

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...

By Eileen Bailey

Living With ADHD: Improving Your Time Management

Five common myths about time management, and ideas for completing tasks more effectively.

By Eileen Bailey

The Three Personal Skills That Can Improve College Success

College is a life-changing experience, and sharpening these skills can help any teen find personal success on campus.

By Eileen Bailey

Tackling Your Freshman Year Of College With IBD

Expert advice for navigating your first year on a college campus with IBD, from someone who’s gone through it.

By Mandy Morgan

Causes of Our College Mental Health Crisis

Today’s college students are faced with a range of ever-intensifying pressures.

By Mike Veny

How I Experienced Depression as a Teenager

Mental health speaker, Mike Veny shares his story of growing up as a teenager with depression and what would have helped to treat it during that time.

By Mike Veny