Tag Archives: Anxiety

Friday Factoid: Are Weighted Blankets the Real Deal?

Rebecca Girlinghouse, MA WKPIC Doctoral Intern   One of my favorite things about winter is that it gives me a reason to bust out all of my warm, fuzzy blankets.  This year, I decided to add a weighted blanket to … Continue reading

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Understanding Anxiety and Trauma

Anxiety refers to the response of the body towards a stressing, unsafe, or unfamiliar circumstance. It describes the sense of distress, nervousness, or fear that one feels before an important event. Being nervous about a job interview or terrified over … Continue reading

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