5 Tips to Manage Anxiety

Astronauts are trained to foresee every possible complication; their lives depend on it. What if one wing of the ISS catches fire? Here is a list of 10 procedures and

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The 1 in 5 of Mental Health

1 in 5 throughout both Canada and the US experience depression. Probably more, especially among our youth. It’s common enough that one could almost justify a categorization of epidemic. It’s

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How to Pray When You Are Scared, Anxious, Overwhelmed, or Suffering

Once upon a time, a group of friends were travelling from one town to another. They were like loyal groupies for a rock star, but instead of driving a roadie

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Perhaps a New Perspective on Curing Millennial Depression

Depression has become ferociously entrenched in our culture. Schoolchildren talk about anxiety and depression like they do the latest iPhone. They’ve been subject to health classes and special presentations about

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‘Burnout’ Book Review

Burnout sought to explain woman-specific stress: where it comes from and how to deal with it. The authors’ goal was to “show you the science that proves you’re normal and

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How Strong Attachment Can Reverse Panic Attacks

If someone who is attached to you is near panic-attack, how you act toward them has the power to either push them over into full-out panic or claw them back away from the edge.

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How to Overcome Anxiety

Use these three tricks on yourself to denouement your anxiety. Or coach someone you know through their own anxiety. Greet it like a friend, confront it with ridiculous what-ifs, and tell the story.

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Anxiety and Fitness

Anxiety doesn’t last forever. You breathe through it. Just as an athlete breathes through their training.

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