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Successful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Youth Leads to Decreased Thinking about Suicide

Penn Medicine researchers found that patients who did not respond to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety in childhood had more chronic and enduring patterns of suicidal ideation at 7 to 19 years after treatment. This study adds to the literature that suggests that successful CBT for childhood anxiety confers long-term benefits. Show More Summary

Insulin resistance in the brain, behavioral disorders: Direct link found

People with diabetes are more prone to anxiety and depression than those with other chronic diseases that require similar levels of management. Genetically modifying mice to make their brains resistant to insulin, scientists first found...Show More Summary

Beyoncé, Smurfs, Harry Potter and the modern right-wing Christian panic over Satan

11 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

From yoga and Smurfs to Heavy Metal, fears of Satan are a map to the shifting class and gender anxieties beneath the culture wars....

6 Comforting Things To Tell Yourself While In A Quarter-Life Crisis

14 hours agoHumor : Thought Catalog

The dictionary has defined a ‘quarter life crisis’ as “a crisis that may be experienced in one's twenties, involving anxiety over the direction and quality of one's life.” Some will say it happens after leaving college, but believe me, I have already had plenty and am sure to have some more internal dilemmas in my post grad life.

Test Anxiety

Education Mon November 10, 2014 Test Anxiety comics Rebecca Cohen college SAT ACT standardized testing education...

Heart Valve Repair Significantly Improves Emotional Wellbeing in Patients with Mitral Regurgitation

Patients with severe mitral regurgitation (MR) often suffer from psycho-emotional symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, but after undergoing mitral valve repair surgery patients experience a marked improvement in emotional and physical wellbeing

New Job

Well, I got the job! Pretty much minutes after writing that post I got the job. I hadn’t even published it yet, but I didn’t feel like re-writing it, so you guys got to read a boring post about my anxiety while I waited. I’ve already been in to sign paperwork, and I got my […]

5 Things Single Introverts Are Tired of Hearing

Let’s face it: the term “introvert” often comes along with a negative connotation. Many people might imagine an introvert to be hunched in the corner of a crowded room, shuddering with social anxiety and scribbling stanzas in their Moleskin.

Pensacon 2015

The second annual Pensacon was held this weekend in Pensacola, Florida and I was lucky enough to be able to go on Saturday morning. As someone who deals with anxiety issues and general anti-socialness, I didn’t plan on spending all day there but just a few hours. First off, I’m really happy there is a […]

4 Anxiety Dreams That Freak The Hell Out Of Me

Anxiety dreams occur when the daily stress and insecurities of our lives go all Freddy Krueger and infiltrate our unconscious minds.

5 Mistakes So Many of Us Make When Navigating Anxiety

Every one of us experiences anxiety. And we can experience anxiety about anything in our lives. Anxiety expert Marni Goldberg’s clients struggle with everything from worrying about the future to feeling like they’re not good enough to being overwhelmed by daily demands. Many of psychotherapist Tracy Tucker’s clients struggle with a fear of the unknown. […]

The Psychology Of Sleep: Fear Of The Dark, A Spell-Casting Blanket, Kids, And Imagination

A child's bedtime anxiety can lead to a lifetime of insomnia. Glow Away is determined to make sure we're not snoozing on the issue. When you're four years old, imaginary monsters under the bed can cause very real anxiety. Read Full Story

Psychology Around the Net: February 28, 2015

Check out this week’s Psychology Around the Net to learn more about smokers and their relationships to anxiety and depression, how your state ranks regarding the five aspects of life satisfaction, neurons that predict how we might react in particular situations, and more. Neurons That Help Predict What Another Individual Will Do Identified: Scientists have […]

Beyoncé as Gateway to Satan? The Long, Strange History of Conservative Christian Panic Over Satanism

From yoga and Smurfs to Heavy Metal, fears of Satan are a map to the shifting class and gender anxieties beneath the culture wars. Last week, a priest in Ireland blared a severe warning about a dark practice that was surreptitiously leading people to the “Kingdom of darkness” where "Satan and the fallen angels” waited to prey upon them. Show More Summary

From Tiger Mothers to Fresh Off the Boat: Eddie Huang's Mom Is Not Every Asian-American Mom

By Miliann Kang The collective sigh of relief by many Asian Americans after the first few episodes of Fresh Off the Boat contrasts with the anger and anxiety that followed Amy Chua's book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. But is relief...Show More Summary

The Best Foods to Battle Stress

Ever wonder what you should eat to battle a stressful day? From oatmeal to asparagus, there are a number of foods that fight anxiety.

The Philosophical Anxiety Behind #TheDress Controversy

3 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

The dress controversy is compelling because it touches, however unsophisticatedly, on some of the oldest and most difficult questions in philosophy of mind.

Living A Day Without Anxiety

There is no to-do list or lingering thoughts about small tasks you should be accomplishing right now.

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