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3 ways to cope with anxiety - Olivia Remes

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Imagine there's someone standing next to you all the time pointing out every! single! thing! you're doing wrong. This is what millions of anxiety sufferers feel on a daily basis, and it's awful. Anxiety researcher Olivia Remes lays out a roadmap to getting rid of that "someone." It begins, she says, with being kinder to ourselves and to others.

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Additional Resources for you to Explore
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America’s (ADAA) website is filled with information about panic disorder and other anxiety disorders as well as depression. They also have a Find-A-Therapist option for getting treatment in your area that includes psychiatrists and psychotherapists.

The Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) has fact sheets on each of the anxiety disorders, depressive disorders as well as other disorders with some videos and podcasts for the public. There is a Find Help option for CBT clinicians in your area.

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