Significant events in life tend to linger in your memory. Some might spark happiness when you recall them. Others might involve less pleasant emotions. You might make a conscious effort to avoid thinking about these memories. Repressed memories, on the other hand,...

You might hear people talking about panic attacks and anxiety attacks like they're the same thing—but they're not. Panic and anxiety attacks are different conditions. It's helpful to separate the two and examine them individually. What are panic attacks? Panic attacks come on suddenly and involve intense and...

When work becomes an addiction Work addiction, often called workaholism, is a real mental health condition. Like any other addiction, work addiction is the inability to stop the behavior. It often stems from a compulsive need to achieve status and success, or to escape emotional stress....

[vc_row_inner] [vc_column_inner width="3/4"] This may be a familiar situation for you: You're at work, humming along, and a co-worker of yours sidles up. Let's call him Grumpy George. George is wearing that hangdog expression again—the one that tells you, without a word having been spoken, that you're about...