Social Anxiety Disorder INFO CENTER
You've heard all the clichés: look on the bright side, look for the silver lining, see the glass as half full. The thing is, that strategy might actually work if you suffer from anxiety.
Ever text messaged while watching TV? Or talked on the phone while playing a video game? Listened to iTunes while online? You're media multitasking - which is now linked to anxiety and depression.
Can too much time on the Internet lead to depression and loneliness? Is the Internet addictive? Internet use has carved out a niche of research in communication and psychology.
The first year of college can be a scary transition as students have to navigate campus, make friends and prepare for class, all on their own. So, what are some tips for success?
Many parents let their children play video games that are rated as mature, or ‘adult only.’ You may think that children are unaffected by these games but a new study suggests that you may want to think again.
If you have ever worked with children, you have probably witnessed an upsetting incident of a group of children excluding a peer.
Doesn’t watching TV make people couch potatoes? But it feels so good to sit and chill out for a while. Maybe it’s not all bad and there’s something to enjoying the occasional re-run.
Often called the "love hormone" or "trust hormone," oxytocin is a chemical that helps parents and children bond to one another and works on children's emotional development.
Having a support network of friends and family can mean more than good conversation and company. Avoiding loneliness among seniors can mean living longer.
In schools where drinking isn’t something everyone does, those who do drink can often feel outcast. This isolation can cause grades to slip over time.