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PTSD & Anger, Part 4: The Psychology of Anger by Michele Rosenthal In my own experience I’ve found two dominant sides to the psychology of anger coin: Fear,... Read on »
PTSD & Anger, Part 3: The Physiological Side of Anger by Michele Rosenthal Some time ago, a man wrote me how much he enjoys the blog, even though anger is not... Read on »
PTSD & Anger, Part 2: Why Are We So Angry? by Michele Rosenthal ( First off, let me say for those of you who have not scrolled down and found the... Read on »

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Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety during their lifetime. For example, you may feel worried and anxious about sitting an examination, or having a medical test, or a job interview.... » Read on
The symptoms of general anxiety disorder (GAD) often develop slowly. The severity of the symptoms can vary from person to person. Some people experience only one, or two symptoms, while... » Read on
As with most conditions which affect your mental health, the exact cause of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) is not fully understood. Some people develop the condition for no apparent... » Read on
You should visit your doctor if you feel that anxiety is affecting your day-to-day life, or it is causing you distress. Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) can be a difficult condition to... » Read on
There are two main forms of treatment for generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) - psychological therapy and medication. Depending on your individual circumstances, you may require either one... » Read on

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