Social Anxiety and the Holidays Can Make for a Dreadful Combination

Though the holidays can be a wonderful time to celebrate with family and friends, it can also be one of the most challenging times of the year for people suffering from Social Anxiety Disorder. Social Anxiety Disorder as defined by the (DSM-5) is, “a marked fear or anxiety in one or more social or performance… Continue reading Social Anxiety and the Holidays Can Make for a Dreadful Combination

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“Winter is Coming”

As the cold, dark days of winter approach it is hard to resist staying inside curled up in a blanket resting by the fireplace. However, though this seems to be the ideal way to spend a winter; it may not be the healthiest thing we can do. We are mammals and as such we need… Continue reading “Winter is Coming”

SAD

  Do you find that you develop feelings of intense sadness that seem to develop around early fall and subside or disappear in spring or summer? Many of us can relate to the dread of waking up to cold, dark mornings and limited amount of sunlight before darkness resumes again.  However, for a small portion… Continue reading SAD

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