Ah, social media—what a wonderful procrastination tool you are. I rarely post updates yet I can while away hours checking on people I haven’t spoken to for years. I learn what they ate for lunch, what their kids wore to school, and how perfect their husbands or wives are—all while … Read More
acceptance and commitment therapy
One popular method for handling stress, panic attacks, and anxiety attacks is cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). In CBT, a therapist helps you identify and change negative thoughts (i.e., cognitions) and behaviors that are contributing to your anxiety.
For instance, imagine that every time … Read More
It’s a more common question than you may think: What to do when depressed? Take heart. You're not alone. Nearly 15 million Americans are depressed right now.
If you think you might be depressed, see your doctor. He or she can confirm your diagnosis and rule out any other … Read More