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How Can Dogs Help Curtail Social Anxiety?

How Can Dogs Help Curtail Social Anxiety?

Around 7% of American adults have social anxiety disorder - one that is characterized by strong fear or anxiety in one or more types of social setting. Those who have social anxiety can isolate and feel alone, making recovery more difficult. The ‘gold standard...

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Introverts: Relax, Your Life Is Changing

Introverts: Relax, Your Life Is Changing

For growth-minded introverts, feeling stagnant can be excruciating.  After all, humans have an innate need to keep moving forward. This can probably be traced back to our caveman days when constant migration was a way of life. Nowadays, moving forward means...

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A change of season can often mean a change of mood. Here's how one introvert overcame the fall blues

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Introvert self-sabotage can be a real struggle. Here are 6 sneaky signs of self-sabotage plus some t

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