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At one point and time we have all been stressed and anxious feeling. What is it like when this is a common, reoccurring problem for someone? For example how does it feel to have an anxiety disorder? For me, it's important to be self-aware of my feelings and to realize that if I reach a point where my anxiety is reoccurring and no longer manageable that I should seek professional help. Therapists have to be able to help distinguish normal anxiety from anxiety disorders.

As part of GrokNation’s ongoing mental health education series, Mayim puts on her scientist hat to explain the two commonly confused conditions: Anxiety Attacks & Panic Attacks

If someone you know suffers from depression or mental illness, reach out with an act of kindness. One kind moment can change their whole day. Mental illness is real and seems to be always swept under a rug.

20 Stories Of Depression And Suicide And Living Our Lives

One of the saddest things in the world is to feel broken. And although you've somehow been figuratively ripped apart, you feel like can never be put back together again.

Ha ha ha ... I am laughing and i dont kow why because its true but it is not funny :D

When you have social anxiety disorder, you have a recognized medical condition that usually requires some form of social anxiety treatment.

So True of those of us, with COPD & CHRONIC INCURABLE ILLNESSES!!

Sometimes it’s better. - Sometimes it’s better to keep silent than to tell others what you feel. Because it hurts badly when you come to konow that they can hear you, but can not understand.

Cptsd.. not all wounds are visible

Many people with Lyme Disease or the loved ones of those dealing with Lyme have PTSD, Post-traumatic stress disorder. So what is PTSD--Po.

Brain Abnormalities Associated With Anxiety Disorders from The Brain from Top to Bottom. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

The various anxiety disorders involve many different areas of the brain. These areas reflect both the uniqueness of each of these disorders and the features that they have in common.

Conversion disorder symptoms

Conversion disorder symptoms