SELECTED ARTICLES: ANXIETY DISORDERS
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View Rcon Franchesca Overcoming Separation Anxiety Disorder 12/5/2007 The article is about Separation Anxiety Disorder or SAD. It talks about the symptoms for the said disorder and its difference from the separation anxiety per se. The article also cites and explains the early signs of SAD among children.Treatments for the said disorder are also noted within the article.
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View Kristine Gonzaga Tips on Overcoming Separation Anxiety 12/12/2007 Being away from you and staying in an unfamiliar place makes your child prone to separation anxiety. This can cause him stress and make him more clingy when you have to leave. This article explores ways on how you can help ease the anxiety felt by your child with simple and practical tips.
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View Kristine Gonzaga How to Identify Social Anxiety in Teens 12/26/2007 Social anxiety or social phobia affects different kinds of people, including teens. Although largely unrecognized, people with social phobia exhibit signs that can clue you in on their condition. This article discusses several symptoms that can help you identify social phobia especially in your children.
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View Abbey Grace Yap When Letting Go Becomes Difficult 12/27/2007 This article is about separation anxiety and how it is different from separation anxiety disorder. The former is a normal phase that children go through while growing up. The latter is a more developed form of separation anxiety, it extends up to a person's adult years and may be difficult to deal with without proper help. It is necessary to be informed of the difference of the two conditions to be able to keep track and determine if the normal growth phase has already turned into a psychological nightmare.
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View Abbey Grace Yap Living In The Shadow Of Fear 1/3/2008 This article is about phobias. It states a brief statistics as to how many people are affected by phobias in the United States. Phobias are irrational fears of certain objects, places, or situations. These fears are treatable by means of medications, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and desensitization. Seeking professional assistance may help prevent this phobia for worsening.
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