Barriers to overcoming anxiety disorder and its symptoms – Part 2

Believing you know what to do, but haven’t done it yet, thinking some day you will do what it takes to recover Another reason some people struggle with anxiety disorder and its symptoms for years is that they are fully convinced they know what to do to overcome their anxiety disorder but just haven’t done it yet. This type of … Read More






Barriers to overcoming anxiety disorder and its symptoms – Part 1

Too many people focus on their anxiety symptoms as if the symptoms themselves are the problem. But anxiety symptoms are just an indication (symptom) of the problem, and not the cause of the problem itself. And unless the cause of the problem itself is dealt with—our unhealthy underlying factors—it’s unrealistic to expect the symptoms of the problem to diminish, or … Read More






Screen time linked to psychological problems in children

A recent study of over 1000 children between the ages of ten and eleven found that children who spend longer than two hours in front of a computer or television screen are more likely to suffer psychological difficulties, regardless of how physically active they are. The authors of the report conclude that limiting children’s screen time may be important for … Read More






Anxiety, depression, and nutrition

The body’s physiological makeup and our psychological and emotional wellbeing are influenced by the foods we ingest, the lifestyle we adopt, and the environment we live in. And just as the foods we ingest can have a positive influence on our physiological, psychological, and emotional health, they can also have a negative influence. For example, many diseases and illnesses are … Read More