Symptoms, coping, meds, side effects, appointments, self-monitoring, web searches: the trees are tall. So tall, in fact, that it’s easy to lose sight of the forest. And how are we supposed to get better if we don’t know where we are?
Psychology of Mood/Anxiety Disorders
How in the world did the brain get separated from the rest of the body? I’ve always believed that interacting anatomy and physiology run the show, Case in point, celiac disease and mental health. Let’s look at the connections….
Where does the universe end? Does time really exist? What causes mental health disorders? All mega mysteries, but we’ll be investigating number three. That brings us to celiac disease and mental health: the truth hurts.
It gnaws at you throughout the day, every day. You feel as though something’s missing, even aching at times with emptiness. So you look everywhere to find whatever it is. But that presents a problem. How do you find something if you don’t know what it is?
Caring for children with ADHD can be grueling. And the difficulty factor doubles if you’re enduring depression or anxiety. Reliable information is crucial, so let’s dig right in…
In tears, head in her hands, she was laying it all out. Her failing marriage, troubled son, depression, anxiety – it was all too much to bear. She’d been fighting the good fight, but reached her limit.
A complete remodel had been on my mind for quite some time and I decided to make the move. Well, it didn’t take long to realize I was right on the edge of being out of my league.
Catastrophe poses a daily threat. Chest discomfort becomes a heart attack, an engine noise evolves into a $2,000 repair. All the while, depression and anxiety run rampant. Let’s talk about catastrophizing…
Your depression and anxiety symptoms amped up. Wisely, you reviewed your triggers to make adjustments. But what if there’s a trigger you aren’t aware of? Cognitive dissonance deserves a long hard look.