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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be a major issue for people who have been exposed to trauma. Treating the condition can be a long and arduous process. But what if there was a way to prevent PTSD from developing in the first place?

Having a positive or negative outlook can affect how well a treatment works for many mental health conditions. If you assume you will never recover from anxiety or depression, you'll be much less likely to put in the effort you should. Read more about this concept here.

When studying teen depression, many mental health workers are starting to ask questions about anxiety, as well. There are actually a number of adolescents who suffer from both disorders. Read more about how this can affect them here.

Lately there has been a lot of talk about how anxiety is affecting kids and teens. Mental health workers are working on modifying existing treatments for adults to help anxious children. But what is behind all the childhood anxiety today?

If you have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, you may not be aware of all of the treatment options you have. You might think your only choice is to try medications, but there are other ways to deal with OCD. Read more about cognitive behavioral therapy here.

Healthy, restful sleep is an important part of maintaining your physical and mental well-being. New research is showing that there may be a special reason for people with PTSD to make sure they aren't suffering from a sleep disorder.

Being diagnosed with a serious condition like cancer can be devastating and extremely stressful. Fearing for your life and dealing with your worries on a daily basis can have an effect on your personality and decisions. Find out how PTSD can affect people who struggle with or have struggled with cancer.

If you have social anxiety, you're probably eager to find information that can help you to overcome it. Having social anxiety can make you feel very lonely, so the sooner you can learn to defeat it, the better! Read some good tips for the socially anxious here.

You may know that cognitive-behavioral therapy can be very effective for adults and for children struggling with anxiety or other disorders. But did you know that parents can also have an effect on how well CBT works for a child? Read about it here.

Anxiety disorders are very diverse and can have a variety of symptoms, some of which people do not know about. One unexpected symptom of an underlying anxiety disorder can be hoarding behaviors. Read more about it here.
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