Category Archives: Depression

CBT? GAD and Panic Recovery Workshop

CBT? Treating GAD and Panic Disorder

Treating GAD and Panic Disorder Workshop in Rotherham over the weekend was a success. We had great feedback from many of the attendees. The workshop centered around the role of repressed negative emotions in the creation of most anxiety-related disorders. One of the questions that came up in relation to this is the following; “Instead…

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How to Identify & Eliminate Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders are more common today than any other era in history. Anxiety-related disorders such as Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD), panic disorder, depression, Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are all at a record high. Studies have shown that anxiety-related disorders affect up…

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Rewire Your Brain from Anxiety and Panic to Calm and Happiness Using Brain Science

The human brain is complex. The brain is made up of over one hundred billion neurones or brain cells; all of which have to constantly interact and send messages to each other. It is these billions of interactions between the brain cells that shape our emotions, behaviours, thoughts and even our mental health. Regarding anxiety-related…

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How Can I Tell Whether I am Depressed or Just Lazy and Unmotivated?

Question: How can a person tell whether they are depressed or just lazy, unmotivated or lacking in willpower? My Commentary: Extreme lack of motivation, inability to focus on priority tasks, sudden burst of enthusiasm, social ineptitude and loneliness could be symptoms of a mild type of bipolar disorder known as hypomania. This often comes with mild…

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Halve Your Anxiety Symptoms by 70% In As Little As 21 Days With This…

Regarding anxiety disorders, this is one the powerful recovery tools many people don’t seem to know about. And even if they’ve heard of it, they tend not to do anything with it, probably because they haven’t really experienced its transformational power. Here is a piece of timeless life-modification technique which thousands of people have used…

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Discouraged, But Not Destroyed: What To Do When You Are Discouraged (7 Steps)

Whether you like it or not, there will be seasons in your life when you’ll have to battle your way through feelings of discouragement. As along as we are alive, we’ll never outgrow intermittent feelings of discouragement, regardless of the level of our emotional intelligence, motivation or success. So, when you find yourself on the…

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6 Steps To Defeat Loneliness

Try the following tips to overcome any kind of loneliness caused by Real-Self Alienation (to understand real-self alienation, read my article on overcoming loneliness): See your loneliness as an internal challenge, as opposed to external.  Accept that the cause of your loneliness is beyond the fact that others do not care about connecting with you.…

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Overcome Sudden Feelings of Discouragement and Depression

Do you sometimes find yourself overwhelmed with the feelings of sudden discouragement and depression? For you, does it feel like your joy, enthusiasm and hope just vanish in a flash, and you are left with the unpleasant feelings moodiness, dejection and emptiness? This article may be helpful to you. Study shows that the more loving,…

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Cure Anxiety and Panic By Grieving Well

Taking time to grieve effectively when we experience a loss can help us avoid developing aggravated anxiety-related conditions. Repressed negative emotions are the major causes of anxiety disorders. And there is hardly a faster way to accumulate such unpleasant emotions like when we experience a loss of a loved one or of something very important…

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Causes of Christmas Anxiety, Panic and Depression

If you have not suffered from anxiety disorders before, you’ll probably find the topic of this article a bit strange, because Christmas, to you, is a time to be happy and celebrate. That is absolutely true. But I’m afraid not everybody feels this way. Many people find the month of December, as a whole, very…

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