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Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 21.09.2014

What is a Support Group? Support Groups bring together people with similar personal concerns, interests or life situations. Support groups are designed to be a place where people feel free enough to express themselves. A forum for shared experiences, it is a venue for both giving and receiving emoti...

Benefits of Journaling

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 16.09.2014

Medical studies show that writing about trauma or emotions helps people experience happiness, or an increase in health and productivity. James Pennebaker, discovered that people who use writing to make sense of their traumatic life experiences feel happier and less anxious. Through his studies, Penn...

Counseling and Support Groups – How are they Different?

Posted by: foundsupport1 | Date: 16.09.2014

All around you, there are so many support groups in operation today. Left and right, there are recovery support groups for grief, alcohol, and substance abuse. There are health condition support groups devoted to diet, diabetes, and cancer. There are parent support groups, couple support groups, and...

Exercise, Anxiety, and Depression

Posted by: Garrett Harriman | Date: 26.02.2015

Deep down, we all know that regular exercise is good for us. Sticking to even a moderate regimen of routine physical activity shows clinical significance in many life factors. It lowers blood pressure and body fat, reduces our risk of developing type II diabetes, and even improves our sleep and memo...

How (and Why) to Create an Anxiety Exposure Program

Posted by: Garrett Harriman | Date: 23.02.2015

If you are someone incapacitated by fear and anxiety, the title of this article may raise your hackles. “Why would I want to ‘expose’ myself to anxiety?” Good question. Here’s why. Exposure therapy is a tenet of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), one of the most widely used therapeutic sc...

Being Present with Anxiety

Posted by: Garrett Harriman | Date: 13.02.2015

Anxiety primes our minds to expect the worst. We catastrophize about the ambiguities and unknowns of the future, and feel precursors of doom in our every action. Practicing methods of staying grounded in your present moment, physically and mentally, can be a great boon for coping with anxiety, and i...

The Roots of Fear and Anxiety

Posted by: Garrett Harriman | Date: 10.02.2015

One of the human brain’s unique calling cards is its prefrontal cortex, an area the seeds our consciousness, our agency, and our species-wide urge to imagine and create. But the human brain has also retained much of its original plumbing, so to speak, from our recent evolutionary past. Understandi...

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