Bridge of Hope: Pushing for Low Cost Anxiety Awareness in Urban Environments
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Bridge of Hope: Pushing for Low Cost Anxiety Awareness in Urban Environments

By Ryan Rivera Reviewed by Alejandro Adrian LeMon, Ph.D. on July 7, 2012 One of the problems I have as an advocate for the widespread treatment of anxiety disorders is that the Internet only has so much reach. Yes, there are hundreds of millions of people online, but most of them consistent of men and women that can afford or have access to online tools. In addition, the ability to connect with them is precipitated by the idea that...

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Women Tend and Befriend, Men Fight or Flee

The depressed financial state we lived in for the past few years has added considerable stress to many of our clients. According to the research, it happens to be the worst type of stress which left unattended can become debilitating. People typically have the ability to handle most crises when they are brief and the events that are occurring are not considered to be traumatizing. Chronic stress, as in the loss of a job and the...

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