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Bonnie Zucker Ph.D.
Do you experience panic attacks? Learning more about your triggers can help you overcome them.
Many people with anxiety fear uncertainty. Here are a some steps for overcoming these fears.
Many people post on social media to get reassurance from others. Finding contentment and happiness from within oneself is a healthier strategy.
Do you struggle with anxiety? If so, start putting yourself in the shoes of a non-anxious person.
People are feeling anxious and depressed about climate change. Here are some steps that can help restore mental well-being.
How do you handle it when one partner wants to fly cross-country to a wedding, while the other is afraid to go to a grocery store?
If you have panic attacks, making this one adjustment might make a difference.
Ghosting can negatively impact both the person being ghosted, as well as the person doing it. Ending a relationship directly will benefit both parties.
People with social anxiety might find COVID re-entry to be highly challenging. Here are some reasons why re-entry is so difficult—and what you can do about it.
Are you and a loved one trapped in the reassurance cycle of anxiety? Here's why it is a problem, and how to get out of it.
Coping with infertility can be highly stressful and anxiety producing. The process is made even worse when people are told that they should simply relax.
When a loved one is dealing with anxiety, sometimes it can be hard to say the right thing. Validation can be a very useful strategy during times of anxiety flare-ups.
Although some health anxiety is normal, it can become distressing and can interfere with your life. Here are four behavioral changes to combat it.
Bonnie Zucker, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in Los Angeles with an expertise in treating anxiety.