FEARS, ANXIETIES, DEPRESSION, OCD, PANIC ATTACKS AND YOUR STRESSESWritten by Stan Popovich
What do you do when your fears, anxieties, and depression are stronger than what you can handle? There are times that no matter what you do, your fears have best of you. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their every day anxieties, stresses, and fears.
When facing a current or upcoming task that overwhelms you with a lot of anxiety, divide task into a series of smaller steps and then complete each of smaller tasks one at a time. Completing these smaller tasks will make stress more manageable and increases your chances of success.
Sometimes we get stressed out when everything happens all at once. When this happens, take a deep breathe and try to find something to do for a few minutes to get your mind off of problem. A person can get some fresh air, listen to some music, or do an activity that will give them a fresh perspective on things.
Sometimes we encounter a scary situation that gets us all upset. When encountering these events, always remember to get all of facts of given situation. Gathering facts can prevent us from relying on exaggerated and fearful assumptions. By focusing on facts, a person can rely on what is reality and what is not.
In dealing with your anxieties, learn to take it one day at a time. Instead of worrying about how you will get through rest of week, try to focus on today. Each day can provide us with different opportunities to learn new things and that includes learning how to deal with your problems. You never know when answers you are looking for will come to your doorstep. We may be ninety-nine percent correct in predicting future, but all it takes is for that one percent to make a world of difference.
Disabilitys stutteringWritten by Stephen Hill
Author Stephen Hill http://www.lasik-laser-surgery.co.uk http://www.internet-webdesign.co.uk http://www.stammering-stuttering.co.uk
There are many types of disablity. Would people class stuttering as a disability? I think most people would probably say no, however I disagree. People who stutter have to struggle their way through life at times. I am somebody who had a stutter for eighteen years. I am going to now explain one of situations that I found difficult and how my mind or what I would call my demons would be saying to me. This is when trying to meet and approach people of opposite sex. Lets say I am in a bar and I see a woman/girl who catches my eye. I think to myself, who don't you go and talk to her and make a move etc? My demons are always talking to me, and are basically