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Panic Attacks Can Be Beaten

Panic Attacks Can Be Beaten

  My father had his first panic attack a few years ago. As he was walking on the pavement in front of the building we live in to go to work, he suddenly had the impression that the bushes on each side of the pavement are extending in front of him. He thought the bushes

A Look At One Of The Major Causes Of Anxeity

A Look At One Of The Major Causes Of Anxeity

  My Personal Experience   One of the major causes of Anxiety for most Parents relates to issues about their Finance, Children, Family, etc. It is one of the reasons that propelled to share my story to help other individuals who are on this bend to rise above this issue. I had finished from work

Beating The Odds

Beating The Odds

  I was making a trip to the town meeting when the rear tire of the car I was driving suddenly busted. The car was swerving to the right and left and all hope to control its movement seemed lost. In a bid to gain mastery in the face of looming disaster, I had a

Childhood Anxiety

Childhood Anxiety Disorder

  My Personal Story   Growing up, I have always considered myself to be reserved. Many who know me have described me, more correctly, as shy. While I related normally with my family and close relatives, I struggled to mix and to make conversation with girls, and adult strangers.   It did not help that,

How I Got Stronger

How I got Stronger

  Simple things such as driving, going up the stairways of a flight, bathing, waiting on the line for the cashier at the department store got me uneasy with full-throttle fear.   This happened over a particular period, and it had started with one simple panic attack experience. During the attack, I thought I was

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obessesive Compulsive Disorder Explained

  When Doubt Dictates Action   It can be irritating to the people around you when you continuously have the urge to repeat something over and over again – this is what people with obsessive compulsive disorder go through almost each minute of their lives.   The condition is chronic and long-lasting and is commonly