20 ‘Harmless’ Comments That Actually Hurt People With Anxiety

If you live with anxiety, you might be familiar with some of the seemingly “harmless” but incredibly hurtful things people often say to those struggling with...

If You Have Anxiety, You Might Also Be ‘Hypervigilant’

I hate crowds. I hate loud noises. I jump at the sound of thunder and fireworks and doors slamming. For that same reason, I...

19 Problems Only Happy People With Depression Understand

By Jill Alexandra 1. Being happy despite depression doesn’t mean I’m happy to have depression. That’s about as ridiculous as saying someone who smiles during treatment for a physical...

When You’re Barely Functioning and Hiding Your Depression

By B.L. Acker For years, I was a barely functioning depressive. I struggled to at least appear like I had myself together, living panic attack to panic...

People With Depression Use Language Differently – Here’s How to Spot...

From the way you move and sleep, to how you interact with people around you, depression changes just about everything. It is even noticeable...

Anxiety Disorders typically caused by exposure to Narcissistic Abuse

The most common targets for social abuse are highly sensitive and emotionally intelligent people who are by nature prone to behaving like humanists. People who are of...

The ‘Muscle of the Soul’ may be Triggering Your Fear and...

The psoas major muscle (pronounced “so-as”) is often referred to as the deepest core, or as yoga therapist and film-maker Danielle Olson states, the “muscle of the soul.”...

15 THINGS INTROVERTS WHO BATTLE SOCIAL ANXIETY WISH YOU KNEW

Upset stomach. A heavy weight on your chest. Feeling like you can’t breathe. The constant, unrelenting worry about what others think of you. The...

Depression is A Disease of Civilization: Hunter-Gatherers Hold the Key to...

Depression is a global epidemic. It is the main driver behind suicide, which now claims more than a million lives per year worldwide. One...

We Cannot Continue to Overlook ‘High-Functioning’ Depression

By Amanda LeventhalI first saw a psychiatrist for my anxiety and depression as a junior in high school. During her evaluation, she asked about my classes and grades. I told...
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