Stress is a psychological and physical response of the body that occurs whenever we must adapt to changing conditions: whether those conditions be real or perceived, positive or negative. People respond to stress in different ways. Some people seem to be severely affected while others seem calm, cool, and collected all the time. Regardless, we all have it. It's also important to note that there is good stress and bad stress.

The Stress Generation: What Stress is Doing to our Kids

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Stress-anxiety-children-adolescentsIt is common knowledge that stress and anxiety are bad for the body over long periods of time. While we all know that serious adult stress can lead to illnesses such as ulcers and hypertension, we don't associate these maladies with children.

What is Panic Disorder?

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Panic-attacks-anxiety-stressPanic disorder is different from the normal fear and anxiety reactions to stressful events in our lives.

Change Your Thinking and Improve Your Responses

Using Proven Strategies, You Can Change Your Life!

In this free lesson licensed therapist Dan Duncan shows you how to create a structured understanding of situations and how to create new responses with consideration of consequences.

The Self-Esteem Workbook

The Self-Esteem Workbookby Glenn R. Schiraldi, Matthew McKay, Patrick Fanning - New Harbinger Publications

This is still one of the most comprehensive guides on the subject of self-esteem and offers proven cognitive techniques for talking back to your self-critical voice. This step-by-step process takes you through:


Mind Over Mood

Change How You Feel by Changing the Way You Think


by Dennis Greenberger, Christine A. Padesky - Guilford

This cognitive therapy treatment and training workbook is designed to help change your mood and anxiety through cognitive therapy strategies. This book contains worksheets, exercises and lots of practical information that is easy to read and understand.

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