Grounding Exercise (Cognitive Awareness)

Grounding Exercise. This is a great exercise for people who are facing anxiety. Just remember this 5 golden rules, use it accordingly and you will be able to regain mental focus. However, do remember that this is just a small first aid kit for us to fight with anxiety. If one encounter with anxiety in […]

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Symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder

People with this disorder, also called social phobia, may have few or no social or romantic relationships, making them feel powerless, alone, or even ashamed. Although they recognize that the fear is excessive and unreasonable, people with social anxiety disorder feel powerless against their anxiety. They are terrified they will humiliate or embarrass themselves.

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Symptoms of Panic Disorder

Perhaps, one of the most common anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorder can get worse over time if there is no proper care and treatment. We will share more on the potential treatment and methods we can fight with panic disorder in the near future.

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Causes of Anxiety Disorders

There are a lot of causes for one to have anxiety disorders. We should all be careful before jumping into conclusion and giving advice recklessly. Let us fight Anxiety Disorders together and together, we will be stronger.

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Existential Psychotherapy: An Introduction [WORKSHOP]

[4 mins reading] Existential Psychotherapy started to take shape in the time when European psychiatrists expressed their different views towards Freud’s psychoanalytic that Freud relied too much on the principle of determinism in which they wished to approach the patient phenomenologically by entering patient’s experiential world and listen to that phenomena without presuppositions that distort […]

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Social Anxiety Disorder: Overview

“I have to present my report in front of all my colleagues tomorrow, I am so nervous!” “I am going to meet my new classmates soon, what if they don’t like me?” “I don’t want to eat in front of others. People might laugh at me.” Statements like these are often made or heard in […]

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