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Suffer from fear and anxiety? by Paulineh Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 4:37am Fear and Anxiety Have you been affected by fear and anxiety?  For me it was like a domino effect with stress causing anxiety, then panic appears and finally you fear the panic happening again.  Stress over a long time was the trigger for me. Fear and anxiety are a normal part of life and have evolved on the basis that you adapt in ... Read on »
Fear, anxiety or phobia? by David M. Posted Sat 16 Feb 2013 5:00am Is it fear, anxiety or have you developed a phobia?  The textbooks tell us there is a difference between Fear and Anxiety. The researchers use some specific criteria to differentiate the two. In our own lives, even without looking it up in the dictionary we know if we are anxious or in fear. Like so many other words, fear and anxiety ... Read on »
Fear/Anxiety/Avoidance – and some treatments! by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Sun 26 Sep 2010 10:35pm I’ve been pondering the post by Neil O’Connell on Body in Mind in which he comments on a paper by Foster, Thomas, Bishop, Dunne and Main (2010) in which he makes the point that “There is a huge emphasis on psychological variables in research and current care for low back pain. My experience (the usual biased, unreliable, non-replicable sha ... Read on »
The Root of All Fears – A Process for Fear and Anxiety by Albert F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 10:12pm They say the root of all fears is the fear of death itself. I’ve heard this over and over again from spiritual teachers over the years. Other teachers talk about something different, a variation – that we are ultimately afraid of being nothing, of being no-one. Perhaps there is no difference between the two. What is the point of this teach ... Read on »
Fear and anxiety and being more creative by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 15 Sep 2012 3:28pm “I don’t want to go to work with my eyes closed. I want to wake up and be scared. I like not knowing what to expect.” Charlize Theron In a documentary about filmmaking, Theron commented about courage as an actor: “There is no formula that works. There is no guarantee. “But as far as making choices on material, I just kind of think, ... Read on »
Fear and Anxiety When Visiting the Dentist by Dr. Helaine Smith Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:53pm 1 Comment A person searching the Internet found my site and wrote in via email: I have read your comments about new dental technologies and how they can reduce fear and anxiety when at the dentist. I was just enquiring about what are your views about the interior environment (interior space) and its impact on the patients fear and anxiety. Do you ... Read on »
You cant run away from your Fears And Anxieties forever by Paulineh Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm We should all realize that a time will come when we will have to face our fears and anxieties irrespective of how difficult they may be. There is one thing that I learned and that is that you cant hide or runaway from your fears forever. Taking medications, drinking alcohol, or other methods will not take away your problems and fears.  A quote t ... Read on »
You cant run away from your Fears And Anxieties forever by Paulineh Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 12:21am We should all realize that a time will come when we will have to face our fears and anxieties irrespective of how difficult they may be. There is one thing that I learned and that is that you cant hide or runaway from your fears forever. Taking medications, drinking alcohol, or other methods will not take away your problems and fears.  A quote ... Read on »
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Fear/Anxiety/Avoidance – treatments review! by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 11:25am For years, clinicians working in pain management have mixed together a rich assortment of strategies to help people function better.  But to identify the ‘active ingredients’ of multidisciplinary pain management using a cognitive behavioural approach, it’s been important to tease each element apart.  One size does not fit all – and just as ... Read on »