How to Switch from a Night Owl to a Chirpy Morning Bird (if Possible)

by Rich Presta September 17, 2013

Night owl tendencies can be biological or habitual. If they’re the latter you may have a chance at changing them. Learn more about why your body clock and how to fine-tune it to best benefit your life.

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A Mini-Guide to Anxiety Disorders (and What to Do if You Have One)

by Rich Presta August 13, 2013

If anxiety continuously eats you alive, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Check out a brief rundown on the most common disorders, along with steps to help alleviate it.

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How ‘What-the-Hell’ Syndrome Can Mess up, Well, Everything

by Rich Presta June 4, 2013

Does one little setback lead to a vicious cycle of failure? It can if you suffer from “What-the-hell” syndrome. Check out what it is, what it does and what you can do to stop it.

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How Graduation or Retirement Can Increase Anxeity and Panic

by Rich Presta May 21, 2013

Attention graduates and soon-to-be retirees: your future may hold anxiety, depression and panic in store. Find out why and what you can do about it now!

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Distorted Thinking 101: Does Lack of an Exclamation Point Means He Hates Me?

by Rich Presta April 24, 2013

No news is usually good news — unless you come from the camp that thinks no happy news means everything is bad. Meet a common form of distorted thinking that can induce anxiety, panic, stress and a monster headache or two.

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How ‘Taking it Personally’ Sets You up for Panic and Anxiety

by Rich Presta April 2, 2013

As much as we may believe otherwise, the world really isn’t all about us. Thinking it is can be a surefire way to create anxiety, panic and stress. Read more to find out why and what you can do to stop it.

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Dogged by Doubts? How to Get Them out to Alleviate Anxiety

by Rich Presta January 30, 2013

There is a big difference between typical hesitation and doubts that are warning you of a bad decision. Check out a few tips on how to tell that difference and spare yourself loads of stress and anxiety.

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Anxiety Disorders: Panic, Phobias, PTSD and GAD

by Kay Marcotte October 21, 2012

Many people aren’t familiar with anxiety disorders like generalized anxiety and panic disorder. Knowing about a variety of disorders can help you to recognize the symptoms more quickly and to seek appropriate help. What you learn can also give you the ability to notice the signs of illness in a friend or family member.

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