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The Best Anxiety Treatment I'd Recommend as a Psychotherapist

In Part I of this two-part series, we looked at what anxiety is and how to tell if you or someone close to you is suffering from an anxiety disorder. Now let’s explore the causes of anxiety disorders and the treatments for them. We’ll also delve into the best self-help strategies anxiety sufferers can practice themselves and how their friends and families can help. Types of people who are prone to anxiety disorders The causes of anxiety disorders are not completely understood, but most people I’ve worked with seem to have one or more of the following: a more sensitive temperament, to have suffered events that felt traumatic to them early in life, and to have endured a period of stressful situations. The combination of these factors brought them to a tipping point that created an anxiety disorder. Specific risk factors for anxiety disorders include: Childhood trauma, such as abuse, neglect, or witnessing a traumatic event. Stress build-up due to a single, very stressful event or

A Painless Life May Sound Enticing, But It's the Guarantee to True Suffering

No one wants to suffer. As a general rule, people like to avoid hurt and pain as much as possible. As a species, humans want a painless existence so much that scientists make a living trying to create it. People can now choose “pain-free” labor for babies, and remedies to cure back pain, headaches, body-pains and even mental pains are a dime a dozen. Beyond medicine, we also work hard to experience little pain even when it comes to loss; often times we believe a breakup won’t hurt as much if we are the ones to call it off. But would a world without pain truly be painless? It’s unlikely. In fact, it would probably be painful exactly for that reason. If people never experienced hurt, they wouldn’t know what it was. On the surface level, that seems like a blessing, but think for a moment: if we didn’t know pain, how would we know peace? If you don’t know you’ve hurt or been hurt, how would you know that you need to heal? Imagine someone only knowing they have an incurable cancer at th

Fantastical Art by  Marco Campori aka El Gato ChimneyItalian...

Fantastical Art by  Marco Campori aka El Gato Chimney Italian painter Marco Campori got his start on the streets.  He signed his street art work with cat symbolism and became known as El Gato Chimney.  You can see more of Marco Campori’s work on Instagram .  Thanks to Eccellenti Pittori . Be inspired by art - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa .

Fantastical Art by  Marco Campori aka El Gato ChimneyItalian... crss

Fantastical Art by  Marco Campori aka El Gato Chimney Italian painter Marco Campori got his start on the streets.  He signed his street art work with cat symbolism and became known as El Gato Chimney.  You can see more of Marco Campori’s work on Instagram .  Thanks to Eccellenti Pittori . Be inspired by art - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa . crss

COMO Point YamuPeacefully located on Cape Yamu peninsula, on the...

COMO Point Yamu Peacefully located on Cape Yamu peninsula, on the unblemished east coast of Phuket, COMO Point Yamu commands stellar views of the Andaman Sea and the iconic Phang Nga Bay. The style is contemporary Thai with a slick Mediterranean touch, thanks to Italian designer Paola Navone who envisioned the interiors. The luxuriously appointed rooms and suites are slick and airy with bright pops of blue and generous balconies. Following the same classy, minimalist decoration theme, the exclusive villas pamper guests with private pools and alfresco dining areas overlooking the turquoise sea. Dining choices range from delicious Thai street food at Nahmyaa to exquisite Italian favorites at the chic La Sirena to healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine. And speaking of health, the resort’s COMO Shambhala Retreat offers holistic spa treatments along with Yoga and fitness sessions high above the dazzling 100-meter long pool. Photos courtesy of COMOHotels and Resorts Compar

turecepcja: Samuel Salcedo

turecepcja : Samuel Salcedo