Tag Archives: Social Anxiety

From the Other Side

Hello from the other side. I must have called a thousand times… -Adele & Greg Kurstin I read somewhere that Adele sees this song as being as much about connecting with herself as anyone else. This is such a powerful song for me, … Continue reading

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Come Play with Me

One of the most important ways for parents to connect with their children is through play.  According to a recent report by the American Academy of Pediatrics, “free and unstructured play” is both “healthy” and “essential” for the cognitive, emotional, … Continue reading

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Social Phobia or Social Anxiety?

Published in the Southwest Orlando Bulletin 5/2011 Many people experience anxiety in social situations.  Social anxiety occurs equally in men and women.  A healthy level of anxiety is normal and is necessary to keep us all motivated and working to … Continue reading

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