6 Smart Ways To Overcome Anxiety That You Probably Haven’t Tried

Everyone at one point or another suffers from anxiety. Anxiety is a physical and emotional response to perceived danger: We are human and therefore worry about everything, especially future outcomes and predictions. What triggers our anxiety are our own scary predictions of future events, which aren’t always real. Anxiety does not necessarily have to be […]

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16 Signs You Actually Have What’s Known As ‘Anxious Depression’

There are three subtypes of depression: agitated, sluggish and anxious. When we learn about depression as a whole, we’re usually taught to look out for signs of the sluggish subtype: sleepiness, lack of motivation, disengagement, and so on. However, the most common type of depression is actually anxious depression. The symptoms of anxiety and depression […]

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Studies Link Social Anxiety To High IQs, Empathetic Ability, & Sentinel Intelligence

By Steven Bancarz| A few years ago, a series of studies came out in an attempt to sort of ‘debunk’ people who practice spirituality. The study found that people who have a spiritual understanding of life tend to be more susceptible to mental health problems, addictions, and anxiety disorders. A passive aggressive news report from the Daily Mail […]

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Truths About Having An Outgoing Personality But An Anxious Mind

Balancing an outgoing personality with anxiety isn’t so different from being a superhero.  On one hand, you have Bruce Wayne; on the other, you’ve got the Batman.  One is an outgoing socialite, and the other is dark and mysterious.  Still, same person.  This idea applies to basically every other superhero — except, maybe, for Spider-Man. Peter […]

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