ADAA member, Dr. Luana Marquez is quoted in this Boston Globe article about travel anxiety.  
More than 2 million women across the country have bravely served in our Nation’s armed forces. In fact, they’re the fastest-growing group of Veterans today. For many women Veterans, returning to civilian life can bring challenges that may contribute to feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression — and even lead to thoughts of suicide. Working on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ suicide prevention efforts, I’ve seen firsthand how crucial it is to provide and increase women Veterans’ access to high-quality healthcare, connecting them with the care they deserve before they reach a crisis point.
Anxiety and Depression impact millions of men, women, children, and teens each year. Many are left feeling so hopeless that they stop doing the one thing that could make all the difference- simply show up. The book Joy Shows Up highlights seven powerful ways to transform your life by simply showing up.
There’s nothing more noble in life than helping other people. This mindset, instilled in me from a young age by my parents, is what drove me to create Bonne Vie Apparel Co. Hi, my name is Alex, I’m a Junior in college and I’m the CEO of Bonne Vie. Bonne Vie Apparel Co., is an apparel company focused on creating unique designs and giving back to the communities around us by donating 30% of profits to Anxiety/Depression Awareness, Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Awareness.
On May 10, 2017, an episode aired of CW's post-apocalyptic show "The 100" that made the hearts of the audience drop - 16 year old Jasper Jordan, beautifully portrayed by Devon Bostick, found a tragic end in the arms of his best friend due to an overdose after suffering from severe PTSD for a majority of the show. Thousands of viewers had followed his emotional journey, hoping for a story of healing and recovery. But once again, as with many other mentally ill characters on TV or the big screen whose story lines end in suicide, we were disappointed.
At 3 AM on a July 2012 morning, I lay helpless on an emergency room cot, unable to experience any emotion other than fear and the physical sensations that racked my body. My extreme levels of anxiety did not cease; my body showed me no mercy, perhaps because my racing mind did not extend that courtesy to my body. I was wrapped in a backless hospital gown and meagerly strewn blanket that had been nuked in a microwave to keep me warm. I was uncontrollably shaking and shivering from the inside out. I felt aches and pains and my eyes bulged with fright and confusion. “What is happening to me?” I thought. 
Suma Chand, MPhil, PhD., authors this blog post. What can one do to escape judgment? The best solution would be to avoid people. Another solution that is often used is that of being as correct and perfect as possible so that no deficiency is evident.  While this sounds like a fool proof plan, it is not easy to be so perfect that no judgment comes one’s way.
Jeff Nalin, Psy.D, Founder and Clinical Director, Paradigm Malibu and Paradigm San Francisco authors this blog post. If you have a teenager who uses social media on a daily basis, it’s important you learn how social media can cause depression and other problems. It’s not uncommon for teens to have their smartphones on hand at all times, and being connected with their friends can seem like a positive experience at first. If you want to protect your teenager from harm, it’s time to look at some of the issues that using social media can cause, impacting lives in a powerful way. Teens won’t always seek help when things go wrong online, making them feel even more helpless.
Health Unlocked has just launched an iOS mobile app for iPhones in the US for the ADAA online support community. Now its even easier to connect with others struggling with anxiety & depression.  ADAA’s anonymous, free, peer-to-peer online anxiety and depression support group is a friendly, safe and supportive place for individuals and their families to share information and experiences. As a member you can connect with other people experiencing anxiety and depression and related disorders, contribute to ongoing conversations or start your own conversation with a question or a post about your journey.  
Overcoming Social Anxiety: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to Build Self-Confidence and Lessen Self-Consciousness.  Presented by: Larry Cohen, LICSW , Cofounder & Chair, National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC), Director, NSAC District of Columbia.  The webinar provides an introduction to four CBT strategies to help you overcome social anxiety: mindful focus; cognitive restructuring; assertiveness; and experiments.