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Worried? You’re Not Alone

Worried? You’re Not Alone by Roni Caryn Rabin The New York Times  May 9, 2016 Liberty Mutual Insurance Company commissioned a report which suggested some coping strategies for worriers: 1) solve the problem that causes the worry 2) engage in mindfulness 3) schedule a worry session 4) accept uncertainty

When Anxiety Interrupts a Child’s Life

When Anxiety Interrupts a Child’s Life by Jane Brody  December 17, 2012 New York Times Children may be confronted with unthinkable situations, but much of what children fear is rooted more in imagination than in reality. Comforting children seized with irrational fears can be a difficult task.

The ‘Busy’ Trap

The ‘Busy’ Trap by Tim Kreider The New York Times June 30, 2012 The “crazy busy” existence so many of us complain about is almost entirely self-imposed.

The Anxious Bipolar Patient

The Anxious Bipolar Patient By Kavital Lohano, MD and Rif S. El-Mallakh, MD | September 6, 2011 in Psychiatric Times. Vol. 28 No. 9 Bipolar disorder is a clinically challenging condition. In addition to the multiple mood states that patients can experience, the illness is frequently associated with multiple comorbid medical and psychiatric conditions. Bipolar […]

A Prescription for Abdominal Pain: Due Diligence

A Prescription for Abdominal Pain: Due Diligence by Perri Klass, The New York Times, November 22, 2010 The diagnostic term for this common and perplexing condition is “functional abdominal pain”: recurrent stomachaches, as the American Academy of Pediatrics put it in 2005, with no “anatomic, metabolic, infectious, inflammatory or neoplastic disorder” to explain them…. The […]