Todd Jones
31/7/2017 · 40 min read · +100
The Process Of Dying Remains A Mystery,  As The Fear Of Death Remains A Top Fear

The Process Of Dying Remains A Mystery, As The Fear Of Death Remains A Top Fear

According to Dr. Christopher Kerr the two biggest fears people face in society is the fear of public speaking and dying. I have to admit, public speaking was fear of mine but the idea of dying is a much larger fear. I am not a Doctor obviously, but...

Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

I agree Claire L Cardwell, I think there are just some deaths we never fully recover from, we just live life differently. I'm sorry for all your losses. Amazing story about your grandmother seeing the Irish Setter! I love hearing stories like this because it helps to know so many have experienced it. It makes it very real, and I believe it is. So sorry, I never saw a notification.

6/1/2018
Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

I'm sorry you lost your mom but happy you were able to have that precious time with her Jordan Sands, most important, to say goodbye after all the laughter and crying. I think of this surge our loved ones experience as a miracle that we just can't explain?

6/1/2018
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Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
26/7/2016 · 56 min read · ~100
Is Anxiety Disease Interfering With Your Job?

Is Anxiety Disease Interfering With Your Job?

We all get anxious when it comes to our jobs, however, Anxiety Disease - also called Anxiety Disorder can lead to missing too much time from work, leaving work early, or ultimately losing your job.Many people aren't aware they have Anxiety disorder...

Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

Lisa 🐝 Gallagher

Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl, I'm so sorry I missed your comment. You hit the nail on the head, "When someone is having anxiety and then realizes they are in a non-supportive environment it escalates the symptoms." Yes, that's so true and many try to hide their symptoms or make excuses which only makes prolongs the symptoms.

1/8/2017
Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl

Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl

I just posted an article about disease naming. It made me think about the way you describe anxiety as a disease. The co-worker you mention was probably in a hostile working environment and being triggered by abusive people. If this environment tolerated the girl that mocked her it likely was an over all reflection of who the organization attracted. So, why do the survivors of such behavior get a break and the ones who are hostile start being called to the carpet. I'll call it hostility disease and it is infectious. When someone is having anxiety and then realizes they are in a non-supportive environment is escalates the symptoms. People who like to see people suffer get an enjoyment out of it. What is that disease? I'll call it energy vampire for now. Anyway, there are labels for these things. But because right now it's "cool" to blame the victims and survivors of rape and being bullied. It's true that you can't avoid every situation but only suicidal people would intentionally want to work with hostile people.

23/5/2017
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