Anxiety comes from a number of possible sources. It is most often thought of as a recognition by the mind (either consciously or unconsciously) of danger. If a task of the mind and body is keeping one safe, this makes perfect sense. Even a tiger in a cage might cause a sense of anxiety. Freud actually […]
There are many consequences of being the child of a narcissistic parent which might be surprising. Some of these include anxiety, people pleasing, resentment and a sense of aloneness.
Anxiety is a problem which has many faces. Many times we do not even know we are experiencing anxiety. To make matters even worse, when we don’t know we are anxious, we cannot deal with the problem, respond appropriately, or deal with our mate properly
Want to help your child grow up with less anxiety? A couple of simple steps can go a very long way. Children need to know they are safe. They thrive on consistency and predictability. We offer some easy to implement suggestions.