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The Worry Free

We worry for good reasons, but too often it gets out of hand. In fact, chronic worrying and negative thoughts can stop you in your tracks. Plus, it’s easy to mix worry and anxiety, but they just aren’t the same. For example, we experience worry as more specific while anxiety as more diffuse. Read on to up your emotional health.
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The Worry Wart

By Robert L. Leahy Ph.D.

Turn worry on its head.
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Getting Proper Care for Anxiety

By Neighborhood Psychiatry

New research looks at obstacles to treatment of social and generalized anxiety.
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7 Common Myths About Stress

By Noam Shpancer Ph.D.

What you don't know about stress can hurt you.
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Get Through Any Life Change

By F. Diane Barth L.C.S.W.

Research shows that transitions are stressful, but these suggestions can help.