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    Anxiety can be defined as “distress or uneasiness of the mind caused by fear of danger or misfortune” (Anxiety, 1). Many individuals struggle with anxiety. As an individual dealing with anxiety, a person may explore their past situations to get to the bottom on their anxiety. Do they ever stop to think of what the root cause of anxiety may be? The motivation of anxiety can fluctuate depending on what the root cause is. Biblically speaking, the Bible has a great deal to say about anxiety and how

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    Anxiety is one of the most common disorders that most humans can either suffer from or have endured before. I am one to always say that having anxiety is so discouraging and tiring, however there are many ways to deal with anxiety and ultimately beat it down to the point where it becomes nothing. Growing up with a rough childhood, I did not have anxiety up until I hit tenth or eleventh grade. I had my very first panic attack when I went with some of my best friends to see a horror movie; I do not

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    Everyone experiences stress, everyone has fears, and phobias. Anxiety and fears aren’t unnatural, from an old man to a young child. Anxiety isn’t something that is fun to have either. To children these certain “feelings” they aren’t just normal they are essential. Overcoming your anxiety can formulate young people, and even elders into getting over challenging experiences and hard conditions to life. Anxiety exists well-defined as “worry without deceptive cause.” It typically happens when there

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    Anxiety Do you know what anxiety feels like? You do not. I do not believe that you really understand. I do not believe that you know the feeling. I will tell you. I will explain it to you. The feeling, that is the thing. You do not understand the feeling. It is not just nervousness or worry. It is not as simple as that. Anxiety is constant. It is that itch that just will not go away. Because the itch is right in the back of your mind, you cannot get to it. Whether I am in a crowded restaurant

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    ANXIETY Anxiety is an emotion distinguished by feelings of tension, uneasy thoughts and physical changes caused by anticipation of danger. Anxiety can also be defined as a critical developmental stage related to change, dispute, and perceived control of the environment (Potter and Perry, 2014). Encountering occasional anxiety is a normal lifestyle, as everyone feels anxious from stressful situations that might make him/her nervous or fearful. In fact, mild anxiety might help an individual be more

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    Anxiety is a disorder that is becoming very common, about 25 to 29 percent of people are affected by this disorder in the United States today (Butcher et.al). In many ways, anxiety can cause problems in people’s daily lives. This can be seen in academic areas. Nowadays, more and more people are suffering from situational anxieties in school, more specifically tests. However, it is hard to determine if some students are doing poorly in schools because of this anxiety or if they are not succeeding

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    Anxiety and a Family The ringing of my alarm clock goes off at 7:00 a.m. on a weekday morning. I get up to go wake my sister up like every morning since she does not set an alarm. When I go into her room, the bed is empty and she is not there. I walk through the living room to my parent’s bedroom and hear muffled voices. My sister and mom are in the bathroom with my sister crying saying, “I don’t feel good” and “I need to stay home from school.” This was how most of the mornings went during our

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    genetics, and your personality are all factors of anxiety? While some people experience anxiety once or twice, others experience it daily and the feeling is so intense, that some actually need to take medication to make it go away. Anxiety is the feeling of tension or worry typically felt before a certain event that has an unknown result. So what’s the difference between anxiety itself and an anxiety disorder? Well the answer is quite simple. Anxiety is a common mental disorder that affects people

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    illness- anxiety The mental illness, anxiety is an important topic to research at this time because it is one of the most common mental illnesses that is on the rise today. Anxiety is a powerful mental illness that affects everyone, adults, teens and even children. It is so powerful, it does not only affect an individual but their family as well. This mental illness is increasing due to numerous factors that people experience on a daily basis such as school, work and even in the home. Anxiety is worth

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    psychopathologies increase significantly among adolescents ages 10–16. Extensive research that shows that anxiety levels and disrupted social skills can be particularly high among adolescents with learning disabilities (LD). However, the origin of anxiety as it relates to LD has yet to be determined, making it hard to treat. On the one hand, there exists the “deficit in study skills” model in which anxiety is a result of low self-assurance and feeling unprepared due to deficient knowledge. On the other

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