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Left untreated, social phobia can rob you of a lot of fun and enriching social experiences. Most people simply don't understand that even though you want to reach out to them, your anxiety makes you feel incapable of doing so. Come read about social phobia and how it affects your brain.

Having fears in your childhood is perfectly normal, but can they have an impact on you once you've grown up? A group discussion of childhood phobias and their potential effects on an adult are discussed in a lighthearted and informative manner.

War is an experience that has a strong emotional impact on everyone, especially those who are engaged in combat. The extent of emotional damage to a soldier, however, may vary depending on a number of factors. One of these factors may surprise you; read about it here.

Many new mothers are becoming aware of the risk of developing postpartum depression in the months after childbirth. New information is showing that postpartum depression may be indicative of other issues, as well. Find out more about mental health in expecting and new moms here.

PTSD and other anxiety disorders can be highly detrimental to physical and emotional well-being. Excessive anxiety can wear on the body and the mind. It can also create strain in personal relationships, particularly within the home. Find out how PTSD may harm a significant other's health.

If you're someone who likes to socialize and draw support from those around you, you may want to consider trying a new approach to treatment: group therapy. Find out how it works and how it can be used to treat people with anxiety disorders.

We've all heard it before: "Don't worry," or "Don't fret!" But we're only starting to find out just how harmful excessive anxiety can be to our health, physical and emotional. The effects of anxiety disorders are all too real, and new research is revealing a dangerous trend.

With the alarming number of suicides and mass killings in the news lately, it's becoming clear that there's a lot we need to know about mental illness. Understanding why people commit suicide may help us to treat depressed people more effectively and to prevent suicidal acts in the future.

It's natural for a new mom to be concerned with her baby's health and happiness, but what happens when concern turns to obsessive, anxiety-producing thoughts? Read this article to find out how OCD can change a once-healthy woman's life.

ADHD is a disorder you usually see diagnosed in children rather than in adults. But you may be surprised to learn that someone can have ADHD from childhood to adulthood. It can also continue to effect mental health in someone who has outgrown the condition. Read more about it here.
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