Dealing With Insensitive Remarks

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Dealing with mental illness or disorder is not easy. Having people who don’t understand what you are going through is much worse. These comments come different people, and the effect they have varies. Even our closest family member may give remarks that can really get to us and have serious negative effects. Whether they mean […]

How to Comfort Someone With Anxiety

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

It is not easy to know whether or not a close relative or friend who is suffering from anxiety or depression, and when we do, we try our best to comfort them. But how should we do it? Is there a correct or wrong way of comforting someone battling with anxiety and depression? As a […]

What Causes Panic Attack?

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Have you ever felt fear along with intense sweating while you can’t breath and your heart is bating fast you don’t know what to do your hand are shaking you feel like you’re going crazy? If yes, then you’ve experienced a panic attack. If not, you’re one lucky guy/girl. You may want to continue reading […]

Social Anxiety: It May Look Like Being Shy, But It’s Not

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

You stand in front of the class for a presentation. You were able to force yourself to un-glue yourself from your seat. Congratulations. You can’t, however, bring yourself to read the first line of your report. This is just one of the scenarios people with social anxiety go through every single day. The thing is, […]

Promotion Anxiety

Monday, October 13th, 2014

When we think of promotions, we also think of happiness, money, better life, and all the good things associated with having a higher rank in your office. Who doesn’t want to get promoted? Of course we all do. But as a quotes says, “With great power comes great responsibility”. Having a higher rank can be […]

Unemployment Anxiety

Friday, October 10th, 2014

From the name itself, we already know what causes Unemployment Anxiety. Not only in America, but around the world, we hear factories closing, businesses failing, and companies firing more and more employees. This article was not meant to teach you how to get a new job, or keep your current position. This, however, aims to […]

Save your kid from bullying and depression

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Bullying has caused a widespread alarm around the world. With the increasing number of teens and kids committing suicide because of bullying, several organizations, schools, and parents are now taking a stand against it. Despite the campaigns and acts preventing it, there are still instances when bullying becomes too much for the child to handle […]

Career Anxiety: Let’s delete it

Saturday, October 4th, 2014

There are numbers of reasons why people get career anxiety. There’s being underpaid, underemployed, office drama, and many other things that comes with being employed (or unemployed). How do we solve it? Of course, just like any other form of anxiety, this is not easy to cure. But one thing’s for sure: it’s curable. First, […]

Depression During Pregnancy: Risks and Treatment

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

Depression poses risks and dangers to anyone experiencing it, but out off all kinds of depression, depression during pregnancy is one of the few that poses great direct risk to another individual. It is certainly true that a baby feels what his/her mother feels. A depressed mother is equal to a depressed child. So, what is […]

Economic Anxiety: What to do?

Friday, September 19th, 2014

In this time of economic crisis and depression, more and more people are losing their jobs, their homes, businesses, that may even cause them to lose their sanity. Economic anxiety happens when a person/people/party becomes so concerned about the economic problems. This usually happens when there’s a sudden fall in the economic status and stay that way for […]

Exercise for Anxiety and Stress

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

One of the most effective cure for anxiety is developing or adapting a healthy lifestyle. Eat healthy, sleep regularly, meditate, and o course, proper exercise. But how do we really implement these things? We already know that having balanced meal is essential for healthy eating. Developing a sleeping pattern helps you sleep regularly. Taking time for yourself […]

Overeating Due to Anxiety: How to Deal With It

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

People have different ways of dealing with problems. Some of us call our friends to rescue us, some prefer to cozy up alone, some party, and some eat. It is normal for people who are going through problems. Food gives us certain happiness. We eat ice cream to relieve anger, cake to feel happier, pizza […]

Anxiety Over Anxiety

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

Ever had the feeling of being so happy it’s almost criminal? I’m sure you have. But did you know that some people really do feel bad, as in bad, for being so happy? What they’re really feeling bad about is having to face fears after that happiness. Compared to other forms of anxiety, there are […]

Fear of Medication: What now?

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

Most of us (if not all) resort to medication when we feel bad, sick, or even depressed. They can be prescribed by doctors, offered commercially, and many others. Some people may refuse to take medicines due to its price, allergic reactions that could take place, they know of natural alternatives, and in rare cases, due to […]

Fear of Failure Among Students : What Should Parents Do?

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can choose to rule the world.” –Nelson Mandela We all want our kids to have bright future and good life ahead of them. We work hard so we can send them to good school, do everything to provide their needs, and even sacrifice if needed just to […]