“It’s distressing to watch a loved one experience panic attacks and face anxiety every day, but there are things you can do to help.” Joseph McGuire, Ph.D. covers ways to help the people we know who struggle with anxiety. Sometimes all that is needed is to provide validation and express concern for someone struggling. Anxiety can creep up on each of us and, especially during the pandemic, it is important to educate ourselves on the early signs of anxiety and develop the skills necessary to help. If you, or someone you know, has been struggling with anxiety, this article is a great resource and first step in the right direction.
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Facebook Twitter Linkedin Pinterest Print Mental and Behavioral Health Anxiety Disorders Reviewed By: All of us worry and get scared from time to time. But those with anxiety may feel consumed by fears of things that might seem irrational to others.