Panic SurvivorTop Rated An online community focused on shifting the anxiety and panic "sufferer" from the "victim attitude" to a "survival attitude." The site provides hope and motivation for long time "sufferers" in preparing and working a survival plan, as well as motivation for those experiencing an anxiety related disorder for the first time. The site provides information and support on Panic, General Anxiety, Social Anxiety, PTSD, OCD, Agoraphobia, and related disorders. Panic Survivor is an independent site without commercial sponsors. http://www.panicsurvivor.com/ -
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PANIC! PANIC! is a blog covering panic, anxiety, depression, and related issues. I'm linking to your blog already. I'm not sure whether PANIC! belongs in your resource database or in the list of links in your blog; regardless, I hope you find my site fit to link to.
Thanks! http://panicanddepression.blogspot.com/ -
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Reduce Stress Chillcasting will guide you to develop the balance of stress and relaxation that will optimize your use of the stress reaction, and will reduce excessive tension and other negative effects of stress. This product will try and help you with your anxiety and panic issues. http://www.chillcasting.com -
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Social Anxiety Friends A social networking community for people with social anxiety disorder. Social anxiety disorder, also known as social anxiety or social phobia, is a psychological problem whose impact has been seriously studied only since 1980. As psychotherapists come to better understand its causes, symptoms, and effective treatments, they must consider the possibilities of new forms of treatment. The Internet is becoming an ever-larger part of the lives of its users and restructuring society in interesting new ways. As telecommunication, telecommuting, and telemedicine become more widespread, patients and therapists alike must consider the possibilities of the Internet's role in the treatment of social anxiety while keeping in mind the many risks associated with changing the traditional face-to-face client-therapist relationship. http://www.socialanxietysupport.com/forum/f7/ -
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Social Anxiety Support Chat A place for social anxiety (social phobia) sufferers to chat and provide support for one another. Social Anxiety Support Chat was started in June 2007 with the goal of providing those who suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder with a friendly environment to chat with other similarly affected people. The topic of the chat room is wide open and is not strictly limited to discussions on Social Anxiety Disorder, though discussions on Social Anxiety Disorder are perfectly acceptable. The support element of the site is represented in the form of the conversations had and the relationships made with other chatters as opposed to any clinical advice that could be given. There exists no one in the chat room that has any professional psychological or psychiatric training and all opinions expressed on Social Anxiety Disorder are strictly from personal experience. Ultimately, the purpose of Social Anxiety Support Chat is to provide a laid back atmosphere where people from all over the world can come and hang out to temporarily escape the difficulties that are associated with suffering from Social Anxiety Disorder. http://www.socialanxietysupportchat.com/ -
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The Anxious Athlete Blog The author's personal blog page about his anxiety and panic issues. While this blog is very informative, it is also linked to his Anxious Athlete Recovery Program that is a for sale product, so the buyer must know.
Still, a very informative and very good blog, with nice tips and ways to reduce stress and help yourself remain calm and comfortable around others and yourself. http://endtheanxiety.wordpress.com/ -
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The Child Anxiety NetworkTop Rated Provides thorough, user-friendly information for parents, teachers and healthcare professionals who work with children who experience anxiety. Includes a comprehensive list of recommended resources, free newsletter, Relaxation CD for children, and a network of health professionals. http://www.childanxiety.net/ -
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