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  1. Separation Anxiety

    ... from peers and coworkers, fearful of engaging in routine social activities if these require time apart from their loved one. In ...

    admin - 2017/07/26 - 3:02pm

  2. Anticipatory Anxiety

    ... to generate anticipatory anxiety such as tests, clubs, or social events, consider using the strategies outlined in the  Facing My ...

    admin - 2018/04/06 - 12:25pm

  3. Home Management Strategies for Panic Disorder

    ... one will help.” This type of thinking is often related to social concerns (such as embarrassing oneself). To help your child ...

    editor - 2017/11/17 - 11:18am

  4. How to Solve Daily Life Problems

    ... all the same solution: ask the boss to do something social with you. REMEMBER: When it comes to difficult problems, the ...

    editor - 2017/08/09 - 3:26pm

  5. Exposure Therapy for Hoarding

    ... “my stuff is what makes me happy”,  yet valuing social engagement with others, which is prevented due to excessive clutter in ...

    admin - 2017/09/13 - 2:44pm

  6. Specific Phobia

    ... and having to interact with peers and teachers like with social anxiety. In all of these cases, your child or teen is not actually ...

    admin - 2017/09/19 - 4:02pm

  7. Anxiety 102: More Facts

    ... rather than driving in heavy traffic  Declining a social or professional invitation  Not seeking routine medical care  ...

    admin - 2018/04/09 - 1:04pm