Ask the Anxiety Sisters

Tapering Off Anti-depressants

April 26, 2018

I have been on Prozac for over 7 years, and I would like to try life without it.  I have been reading that it is very hard to get off Prozac and other drugs like it. Any advice would help.

Anxiety Q & A

March 21, 2018

Many of you have written to us at Ask the Anxiety Sisters, and we have loved hearing from you, but we’ve been having an issue: unless you put your email address in the body of your message, we cannot see your address. Which means we have no idea who to respond to! We originally designed […]

What is IAD?

August 29, 2017

One of the most common questions we get in our inbox goes something like this: “Sometimes I get overwhelmed with anxiety because I truly believe that I have some form of cancer or another illness. I google my symptoms and that makes it worse. Am I the only one that has this?”   Anxiety Sisters […]

Anxiety Management Technique: Acceptance

August 1, 2017

This week, a few members of our community really struggled with believing their anxiety diagnoses. Mags and I understood exactly how they were feeling—we’ve both been there, done that, and literally wrote the book on it. In fact, most of the hundreds of Anxiety Sisters we have interviewed spoke of some form of denial or […]

Anxiety Management Technique: Naming Your Monsters

July 11, 2017

Years ago, when I was new to the anxiety scene, I had absolutely no idea what was going on inside my head. I understood vaguely that I had some kind of mental issue, but, back then, Panic Disorder as a diagnosis didn’t really explain much.   Here’s what I did know: I was having lots […]

Questions for Your Psychiatrist: A Checklist

February 26, 2013

A close friend of mine recently needed medication to treat her depression and anxiety symptoms.  She asked me how to find a psychiatrist, and how to make sure that person was good.  I told her that finding a good psychiatrist is like finding an excellent bagel outside of New York–it is possible, but the hunt […]

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