by Ken Goodman

Everyone’s skin crawls when they hear nails on a chalkboard (remember chalkboards?).

by Martin Seif, PhD

1. Latch on to triggers that set you off.

Figure out what frightens you and examine how your anxiety reaction is triggered. Your goal is to identify your particular triggers, so you can manage your fear when anxiety levels are low.

by Ken Goodman, LCSW

If you have a fear of vomiting, just reading the title of this article might make you a bit queasy. The mere mention of the "V word" might send you into a state of anxiety. If you can relate, I encourage you to press on despite your worry, so you can take the first steps to overcoming it.

by Shane G. Owens

College is typically a challenging experience with some expected highs and lows. For some it is also the time during which common mental health problems start. Because of this, you have to talk to your kid about mental health before school starts.

The MightyADAA announces a new partnership that will expand the reach of our resources even further

by Geraldine Donaher

Geraldine Donaher blog postWe’ve all heard about lifting the stigma of mental health, but the anxious and de