Archive | November, 2016

Do You Feel Anxious in Social Situations

With participation in social media being as high as it is, it seems incongruous that “social anxiety disorder” (SAD) is so prevalent. By one estimate, social phobia, as it is also known, affects about 7 percent of the population at any given time. Those affected fear social situations that involve interaction with other people largely […]

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All Work and No Play

All work and no play not only “makes Jack a dull boy,” but it may also make him more likely to experience a wide range of psychiatric disorders. This applies to both male “workaholics” and their female counterparts. It is no surprise that “workaholism,” which has been defined as “being overly concerned about work, driven […]

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