Essential Secrets of Psychotherapy: Why We Worry

We all worry at times. Occasionally for good reason. But worrying can get way out of hand. Worrying and anxiety are intimately related. Anxiety can manifest in many ways, including persistent, excessive worrying. For example, in Generalized Anxiety Disorder, excessive anxiety and worry (apprehensive expectation) about events such as school or work performance has been present more days than not for a period of at least six months….

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