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illustration of woman in crowd putting glass bubble over her head - social anxiety disorder
Introverts vs. Extroverts A case could be made that it can be challenging to be an introvert in an extroverted world. Extroverts are the people who love to socialize, love to meet new people, love to kick around new ideas in brainstorming sessions, and love to be the first to arrive at a party and...
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young woman in window sill having anxiety attack - generalized anxiety disorder
The word “general” can make something sound like it isn’t very serious or very specific. Generally Speaking For example, someone who tells you they were a “general studies” major in college might seem as though they really aren’t telling you anything at all. It seems sort of, you know, general. Maybe even kind of generic....
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pretty young girl looking directly at the camera - persistent depressive disorder
Specific Types of Depression In a recent post, we started the process of differentiating among the various kinds of depression. The word “depression” is too often used as a catchall. We use it to describe everything from a feeling of sadness to major depression. This overly general use of the word can make it harder...
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senior man with sad look on his face, looking out the window of his home - major depression
What’s in a Word? Sometimes we use a general word to describe something when a specific word would be much more helpful. Imagine, for example, that you’d like to get a gift for a young person who is taking up a new activity. You might ask their parent for ideas. If the parent says, “They...
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two men in office talking at desk - returning to work after treatment
You’re nearing the end of treatment, and you’ve started thinking about returning to work. Congratulations are in order! That said, you may have some very mixed feelings about being back on the job, and you might be unsure just how much you should share with your boss or co-workers about what has been happening in...
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