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Paruresis Cure Tips You Should Follow

25th July 2011
Paruresis is a serious matter which can really put a damper on a great day. Its the inability to urinate in front of others and simply feel more comfortable using a stall rather than using a restroom. People with this syndrome experience hesitation in us... Read >
Author: Allen

Beta Blockers Regarding Nervousness - Yes Or No

14th April 2011
The diagnosis embraces a constellation of conditions. In generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), the individual worries constantly throughout the day about minor problems or possibilities and may experience physical symptoms. Other types include panic attacks... Read >
Author: mdearth123

Shyness and Social Anxiety System Review-A Complete Product by Sean Cooper

25th March 2011
Do you want to learn about Shyness and Social Anxiety System Review? Would you expect to find out more concerning the credibility of Sean Cooper? Or perhaps is Shyness and Social Anxiety System Scam or legitimate product? There are shocking answers in thi... Read >
Author: Justine Blake V

Trouble With Confrontations

15th September 2010
For those of us with a socially anxious temperament, it can be difficult to face even the most minor confrontation. If you have difficulty managing confrontations, you may find this article helpful. It explains some of the patterns that emerge for social ... Read >
Author: Eddie Smith

Beta Blockers For Shyness

08th September 2010
Beta blockers can provide some benefits in lessening the distressing physical symptoms of social anxiety, such as pounding heart,, shaking, sweaty palms, et cetera. It is possible that medication can even reduce some of the negative thoughts felt by anxie... Read >
Author: Timothy Arends

Stress, Depression, And Their Impact on Intelligence

22nd August 2010
Stress and depression are two of the things in modern life that you have to deal with at one point or another. The former is an everyday thing, one that can stem from something as difficult as social anxiety to something as mundane as tripping over your o... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

How visualization can help you overcome shyness and social anxiety

16th July 2010
There have always been many self-help methods available for people seeking to overcome their shyness and social anxiety. But visualization remains as one of the most effective, and most widely tried, method among therapists and lay people alike. Vi... Read >
Author: cabledoor

The Burden of Being the First Born

22nd June 2010
Society and culture can often place extreme burdens on the first-born child in a family. Being the eldest child in the family often entails additional responsibilities, expectations, and demands. Different cultures exhibit this tendency in varying degrees... Read >
Author: Lupe Faulkner

Social or Mental Problem: Hikikomori

23rd February 2010
In Japan, the hikikomori phenomenon is something that the country's government supposedly views with a mix of disdain and worry. The act of completely cutting oneself off from all social and human contact for an extended period is an understandable cause ... Read >
Author: Josh Mcclure

Social Anxiety and the Four Temperaments

06th February 2008
My eyes were opened ever since I learnt about the "four temperaments". The impact it had upon me and my social anxiety was very noticeable. People with SA are often concerned, even terrified, of what other people think of them and are quite sensitive ... Read >
Author: Jane Renshaw
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