9 Articles About PTSD and Anxiety
i.e. how to ground when you're triggered, dealing with panic attacks and flashbacks, managing phobias, etc.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Diagnostic criteria for PTSD include a history of exposure to a traumatic event (that meets specific stipulations), and symptoms of four different types: intrusion, avoidance, negative alterations in cognitions and mood, and alterations in arousal and reactivity.Grounding Techniques
top ten methods to cope when you're triggered, having a flashback, or an anxiety attack - including famous "Frozen Orange" technique by ManySouls.Worry Dolls
Worry dolls originated in Guatemala as a children's activity, but offer multiple psychological benefits for people of any age, especially abuse survivors.Coping with Trauma
basic article on how trauma affects people, how to cope with it, and when to ask for help.Panic - A Self-Help Guide
extensive material on what is panic, where does it come from, how to recognize it, and how to cope with it.Dealing With Worry - A Self-Help Guide
The unimportant, the unlikely, the uncertain, and the uncontrollable: how to distract, limit, or share your worries with others.Managing Your Fears & Anxieties
collection of articles by Stan Popovich on coping with and overcoming fears, anxieties, and worries.Beating The Monster: Agoraphobia
One survivor's story of recovery: It's a painful and scary process because most of what has to be done is exposure. I wasn't sure if it was worth it, but looking at it from this end I can say it definitely was.Living With Agoraphobia
Excerpts from a journal of an abuse survivor who struggles with agoraphobia, but is making progress.
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