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A mindful approach to life and leadership with anxiety and stress
Candace Good MD
Don't let the Sunday scaries ruin your weekend. Take charge of your anxiety (and productivity) by scheduling intentional breaks and self-care.
Do you feel on edge from working too hard but have difficulty turning it off? A psychiatrist explains the brain's response to complex trauma.
The Delta variant is adding anxiety to feelings of loss as employees navigate work environments that are constantly changing.
The pandemic has highlighted the overlap between anxiety and ADHD. Here's how to tell the two conditions apart.
Helping healthcare professionals recognize and cope with frontline guilt is an important part of COVID-19 pandemic recovery.
High-achievers feel guilty about taking the very breaks that could help them work better.
By practicing these mindfulness concepts, high achievers can find greater contentment in work and life.
As healthcare celebrates the vaccine, its culture may interfere with frontline workers getting the mental health treatment they deserve.
Staying home and washing our hands more are recommended during COVID-19, but can make it difficult to diagnose OCD. Three recent studies outline current and future treatments.
While some college students are more isolated, others focus on health and enjoy a break from performing.
Candace Good, MD, is a psychiatrist, author, business owner, and advocate. She is the author of Own Your Present: A Psychiatrist's Guide to Mindful Meditation and Living a More Conscious Lifestyle and founder of Sig: Wellness.