Mike Nichols

15 Things You Should Never Say to Someone Who Suffers From Anxiety

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While most people deal with periods of nervousness or anxiousness in their lives, it’s nothing remotely comparable to what those with anxiety disorder go through on a daily basis. People with anxiety disorders experience worry, guilt, shame, and panic in situations that don’t typically cause such intense feelings in others. Ceaseless feelings of fear and [...]

Panic Attacks Can’t Hurt You–Really!

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The article I’m Dying: What a Panic Attack Feels Like is one of the most popular posts on this site, with over 350 comments. Many of the comments–some are very long–are heartbreaking: relationships wrecked, jobs lost, fear trailing like a shadow. Over and over people describe how panic attacks affect them: In response to heart [...]

What Panic Attacks Have Taught Me

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All anxiety disorders can devastate your life. But panic attacks are unique in their ability to spread fear and uncertainty into every minute, every daily activity, every relationship. You become a virtual prisoner of that fear, with all your freedom to act snatched by the awful anticipation of the next panic attack. I had my [...]

Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder: Good News! (Maybe)

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The most commented on articles on Anxiety, Panic & Health are those about Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder (ASAD)   The comments can be heartbreaking: confusion, mental anguish, strained and broken relationships, and the frustration of no “official” diagnosis. All that is about to change. A revision of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual [...]

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