Every human feels anxiety on occasion; it is a part of life. All of us know what it is like to feel worry, nervousness, fear, and concern. We feel nervous when we have to give a speech, go for a job interview, or walk into our boss’s office for the annual performance appraisal. We know it’s normal to feel a surge of fear when we unexpectedly see a photo of a snake or look down from the top of a tall building. Most of us manage these kinds of anxious feelings fairly well and are able to carry on with our lives without much difficulty. These feelings don’t disrupt our lives.
Anxiety and Depression
Why am I so Anxious? Is Depression an issue for me? Every human feels anxious and/or depressed occasionally. The articles below can be helpful in dealing with anxiety and can provide insight as to when depression is a problem that needs to be dealt with professionally.
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Many mental health professionals believe that screening for depression and other emotional disorders is necessary and long overdue. They argue that millions of people who are emotionally troubled never get help and that heightened vigilance would serve to head off more serious emotional problems later.