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Anxiety and the Brain: The Forebrain’s Role in Social Decisions Unveiled

Researchers discovered that anxious individuals utilize a less optimal region of the forebrain when navigating socially challenging situations compared to their non-anxious counterparts. This was determined through brain scans that mapped regions active during simulated social scenarios.

Don’t Let Others Fear You

Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. Throughout evolution, humans have developed a natural inclination to be cautious and apprehensive in various situations. Our minds are equipped with multiple hair-trigger systems that continuously scan for potential threats. However, if we assert ourselves and meet our personal needs, we are less likely to react …

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How to Face and Not Fear Intrusive Thoughts

Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. Struggling with intrusive thoughts? Here are three steps that can help you regain control and minimize their impact on your mental well-being. Continue reading … Disclaimer: The content of this article has not been checked or verified. Proceed at your own risk.

The Fear of Sharks

Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. Did you know that more than half of all Americans experience a certain level of fear when it comes to sharks? It might seem irrational, but there are both logical and irrational reasons behind it. Great White Sharks specifically tend to strike terror even though actual …

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How Parents Can Help Their Kids With School Anxiety

Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. How parents can anticipate the possibility of school anxiety, open up communication channels, and prepare some de-escalation methods in case they are needed. Continue reading … Disclaimer: The content of this article has not been checked or verified. Proceed at your own risk.

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