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The Cognitive Behavioural Model for Anxiety Management

Central to the anxiety management program called Cognitive Behavioural Model (CBT) is the personal appraisal made of every moment, every interaction and every experience that we encounter in our day-to-day [more…]

Seeing Anxiety as a Part of Life

Anxiety has many faces. One of these faces is functioning as a normal emotion that keeps you alert and responsive to your environment and its challenges. For example, a person preparing to make a presentation [more…]

Overcoming Anxiety: Dealing with Specific Worries

One particularly poignant experience of fearful responding occurs in obsessive thoughts of being aggressive or harmful to someone precious to you. When a loving mother is tortured by explicit sexual or [more…]

Helping Others with Anxiety

Helping others with an anxiety issue is a common experience in life. When a parent notices hesitation and doubt in her child’s response to swimming in the water or facing a dog, this can really help in [more…]

7 Ways to Deal with Emotional Distress

When emotionally distressed, your mind struggles to see and think clearly. The appraisals you make affect the emotional response that follows. If threat, uncertainty, doubt or fear predominates, the emotional [more…]

Overcoming Anxiety For Dummies Cheat Sheet (Australian/New Zealand Edition)

If you’re trying to overcome anxiety, you need a broad-based approach to building a working model for understanding problem anxiety and specific treatment options that are based on sound principles of [more…]

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