Jeannie Wenzlaff

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9 warning signs that exhaustion is around the corner

Say you pull an all-nighter to get ahead at work, or you make it to an early-morning spin class. What do you get? Props for your hustle.<p>But you might …

Anxiety: 10 New Psychology Studies You Should Know

New ways to reduce anxiety, why some people are so anxious and more...Dr Jeremy Dean's ebooks are:• The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, …

Overthinking could be driving creativity in people with neurotic disorders

People who suffer from neuroticism – a condition characterised by anxiety, fear and negative thoughts – are extremely tuned in to looking for threats. For that reason, you may expect them to perform well in jobs requiring vigilance: stunt pilots, aviators and bomb defusement. Yet, the evidence …

10 Things That Make Anxiety Worse You Can’t Ignore!

When your feelings of anxiety become intense, it’s only natural to want to rid them from your system as quickly as possible. This is particularly …

Social Anxiety Disorder

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD), also known as Social Phobia, is characterized by a strong and persistent fear of social or performance situations in …

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How to NOT be a sitting duck for Narcissists and other Manipulators

Dating is a phase of discovery – whether or not you are recovering from a toxic relationship.<p>But for those who are trying to break patterns of …

Small Things Wonderful People Do That Build Deep Relationships

The symptoms of social anxiety can be misinterpreted as introversion but they are very different.<p>Social anxiety is self-induced while introversion is …

Why attitude is more important than IQ

When it comes to success, it's easy to think that people blessed with brains will inevitably leave the rest of us in the dust. But new research from Stanford University will change your mind (and your attitude).<p>Psychologist Carol Dweck has spent her entire career studying attitude and performance, …