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School Teenagers Facing Anxiety

January 26, 2016 5:00 pm0 comments
School Teenagers Facing Anxiety

Nowadays, teenagers have began to look beyond school to life ahead of them, which in my opinion has caused them to grow up to fast and become anxious about what the future may hold for them. I believe that this is a tragedy because teenage years are ridiculously hard as it is […]

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Practical cognitive therapy advice – an A-Z

November 3, 2012 2:00 pmComments Off on Practical cognitive therapy advice – an A-Z
Practical cognitive therapy advice – an A-Z

Individuals struggling with mental conditions are typically recommended to undergo psychotherapy. Recognizing the possible solutions that can help you is necessary before opting for what course to take. There are several reading materials similar to this article that will provide you with the important information about psychotherapy. Having a mental […]

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Can Low Self-Esteem Be Improved?

July 7, 2012 9:07 pm0 comments
Can Low Self-Esteem Be Improved?

In today’s society we seem to place a great deal of importance on individuals appearing confident and with high levels of self-esteem.  Just look around at our most successful role models, from politicians to actors to athletes.  All frequently appear in the public eye and seem to ooze self-confidence during […]

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The Quarter-Life Crisis: The Realities of Twenty-Something Life Today

June 9, 2012 9:34 pm0 comments
The Quarter-Life Crisis: The Realities of Twenty-Something Life Today

Depression, anxiety and feelings of isolation and worthlessness all too often lurk beneath the shiny veneer of the myth of twenty-something life. Typically seen as a chain mail of career success and blossoming relationships, knitted together by glamorous social events, lazy brunches and exotic mini-breaks, the realities of life during […]

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