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Social Anxiety May Increase for Teens as School Draws Near

Just about everyone feels a twinge of nervousness when entering a new situation, and the first day of school can be especially nerve-wracking for teens and pre-teens. For teens with social anxiety, worries over not knowing their way around, social demands and the fear of appearing foolish in front of peers can be the cause […]

Improving Self Esteem When Depressed

Depression can inflict insecure and negative thoughts on otherwise confident and productive people. As depression affects the brain, it may also damage self-esteem. For those who have depression, improving self-esteem may be challenging, yet it is possible. Improving self-esteem may help lessen the severity of depression symptoms and will help people find strength within themselves […]