Recognizing the Difference Between Worry and Stress and Full-Fledged Anxiety
Many things can make us anxious; politics, work, social media, family tension, a 24-hour news cycle. Occasional mild anxiety is healthy…Read More
Five Signs Your Anxiety May Stem From Your Family History
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorders in the United States and affect both children and adults of all…Read More
Eight Habits that Can Be Warning Signs of a Mental Health Disorder
Mental health disorders can often be difficult to spot and may take years to diagnosis because they have a plethora of…Read More
Risk Factors and Warning Signs: Is Your Teenager Depressed?
George Livengood, Assistant National Director of Operations, Discovery Mood and Anxiety Program Sadness. Irritability. Withdrawal from friends. Weight loss. Depression can reveal itself…Read More