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Panic Attacks!!! 5 Things That Help

Your heart pounds. You sweat. Your hands shake and you’re certain that this is it, you’re done for. You’ve come face-to-face with… nothing actually. That’s the nasty thing about panic disorder – it doesn’t have to be triggered by anything specific. You can be hit by...

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Overcoming Social Anxiety

What is Social Anxiety? Social anxiety (a.k.a. social phobia) is a fear that makes its sufferers feel like they’re going to screw up or embarrass themselves in public. This can get quite severe, causing you to have panic attacks not only when you’re in public, but...

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Help Your Child Deal With Anger

All human beings get angry. We’re supposed to, evolutionarily speaking it helps us to survive when our fight or flight options get restricted down to the former. But anger can of course also be damaging, it can overwhelm us, especially when we’re under-experienced at...

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Can Clinical Psychology Help You?

Training The first step for a clinical psychologist is to gain a degree in psychology from a university course recognised by the British Psychological Society. After graduating they’ll usually work as an Assistant Psychologist for at least 2 years, to gain further...

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Social Media & Teenagers

If you were born before the 1990s then social media simply wasn’t a thing. Chances are, you’re probably grateful. Who would want every moment of their life – especially during the painful roller coaster of teenage years – paraded in front of the world? It can seem...

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