Top 5 Benefits of Doing Cognitive Therapy | Social Anxiety Institute

Cognitive behavioral therapy for social anxiety teaches us to become more rational. You learn to be in control of your thinking and beliefs. Then, your beliefs about yourself change. This physiologically changes the brain. Cognitive therapy also teaches us to calm down and relax, to let go of stress and tension, leading to feelings of calmness and peace.

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Top 10 Tips on How to Help You Deal With Anger

There is no doubt about it ‘anger’ is a very strong emotion, unfortunately it can be a very destructive one as well. We can choose to suppress it or act it out, however when we suppress it and bottle it up inside, we can sometimes then experience a range of physical symptoms, common ones are headaches, nausea and palpitations. If we cannot control our anger the chances are that someone will get hurt. The following are tips on how to deal with anger in a healthier mode. By adapting these new techniques and behaviours a better quality of life will be gradually found not just for you but for everyone else who is involved in your life. The success of these techniques do not happen overnight, but with practice and perseverance, will give a great head start to a more fulfilled and purposeful life.

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Lose Those January Blues

Article I wrote in 2011

This year has been particularly hard in getting back to work as we have all had such a long break. Our internal clocks are all turned upside down; most of us have gone to bed late and then overslept the next morning. It’s called having ‘Social Jet Lag.’

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