Anxiety Slayer


Sometimes your anxiety can feel like it's creeping up on you and there's no relief. Enter the writers of this site, who know how to start vanquishing the issue.

2 Invisible ways to handle anxiety on public transport
by admin over 2 years ago
Concern about a friend with anxiety who has become distant
by admin over 2 years ago

Approach Anxiety


Men sometimes encounter mood issues when dealing with women that interest them. Guys that want more confidence around pretty chicks should check this out.

Podcast: Step by Step Elimination of Approach Anxiety with Eric Disco
by Eric Disco over 2 years ago



One of the most widespread mood dimmers is depression. Come to this blog for highly comprehensive information on the real and treatable disorder.

SD Suicide Prevention


In South Dakota, a movement has boomed to help support those suffering mood management when they reach their lowest point. Visit to learn about stopping suicide.

San Francisco Suicide Prevention


Some leave their hearts there, and sadly others take their lives in SF as well. This blog looks to significantly reduce the statistics of the latter.

Suicide Notes Infographic
by San Francisco Suicide Prevention almost 4 years ago
No Laughing Matter
by SFSP almost 4 years ago

Stress Blog


This blog will educate you on effective ways to keep your stress and its affect on you in check. "Om," fitness, and simplification are recent topics.

Stress Stop


Contrary to popular belief, there are actually techniques out there to help you restrict your stress issue. Manifold experts share their viewpoint on this here.

over 3 years ago
Holiday Stress
over 3 years ago



One of the most troubling triggers of mood issues can be a phobia that's plagued you. Take on the overwhelming fear directly and learn remedies here.

Anxiety No More


This blogger considers himself to be exceptionally well-read on the topic of anxiety, and has accumulated huge savvy on it. Readers can feel his longstanding expertise in the detailed nature of his posts.

My battle with anxiety was wrong
by Paul David almost 4 years ago
How to overcome avoidance behaviours with anxiety
by Paul David about 4 years ago

Empowering Serenity


Blogger Suzanne, being a Reiki master, knows how to coax a good deal of serenity into your life. She encourages you to embrace the joy and positivity in your life at this moment.

Living with Anxiety


This blogger has faced a personal challenge in handling not only social anxiety but also other phobias. There's a focus on pinpointed ways in which to counter the stress.

The Anger Coach


Blogger Tony uses life experience and an avuncular tone to help anger-prone people manage the rage. He is really gifted as pacifying road rage specifically.

OCD, Panic, and Anxiety


A New York City-based psychologist has made stress reduction his expertise. He introduces readers to the concept of mindfulness, based on meditation practices.

Multitasking and distraction
by Paul Greene, Ph.D. over 4 years ago
Mindfulness and OCD
by Paul Greene, Ph.D. over 4 years ago

Panic Away


Blogger Barry, an Irish native, learned in college that panic attacks were assuaged not with calm but with excitement. His radical viewpoint has apparently helped many to recover.

Inner Light Outer Peace


Jen underwent a barrage of traumatic circumstances before finding that yoga was the secret to her peace and joy. She returns the favor to her readers by showing them that serenity is possible.

Class Special Series-Yoga for Cancer Survivors with Rita
by Jen over 4 years ago
Yoga Dance with Vivian Howell
by Jen over 4 years ago

Managing Stress


This blog's author has been steeped in Japanese mood and stress management technique. Readers can also pick up tips on productivity and motivation here.

Family Dysfunction and Mental Health


This blog covers mental health, drugs and psychotherapy with an emphasis on the role of family dysfunction in behavioral problems. It discusses how family systems issues have been denigrated in psychiatry in favor of a disease model for everything by a combination of greedy pharmaceutical and managed care insurance companies, naïve and corrupt experts, twisted science, and desperate parents who want to believe that their children have a brain disease to avoid an overwhelming sense of guilt.

Reader's Therapists Disagree With Me
by noreply@blogger.com (David M. Allen M.D.) over 2 years ago
Themes of This Blog Seen In Newspaper Advice Columns – Part III
by noreply@blogger.com (David M. Allen M.D.) over 2 years ago