5 Tips to Cut Holiday Clutter that Can Also Cut Social Anxiety

The holidays are here and your house is a cluttered mess! Check out some quick tips to help clean out the physical clutter, the act of which can work wonders on eradicating your mental clutter and anxiety.

Shy Bladder, Social Anxiety and Other Mental Health Issues Afflict One in Five

Mental health issues are not uncommon, whether they are shy bladder, social phobia, depression or any other woe. Check out the more details from the government survey that said 20 percent of adults suffer from some type of mental health issue.

Why Having Shy Bladder Does Not Mean You Have Poor Social Skills

You may think you bombed the job interview or made a fool of yourself during a presentation. Chances are you may have done fine, even if you suffer from paruresis or other forms of social anxiety. Read why.

Paruresis and How to Deal with the Dreaded Urine Sample

Being fired, not hired or otherwise punished for not being able to provide a urine sample for drug screening may be a violation of your rights if you suffer from paruresis. Tips from the International Paruresis Association outline what you can do to preserve your rights (and your job).

Mindfulness or MBSR for Treating Anxiety

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and mindfulness practices have proven themselves highly beneficial for treating anxiety, panic attacks, and more. Learn what it is, the supporting research, and how it can be used to help treat anxiety.

Getting the Right Help: The Problems and The Plan

Getting yourself the right help can be confusing and overwhelming. Learn more about what your options are, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and the importance of having a plan that allows you to start closer to the finish.

Criminal Claims to Have Paruresis, Seeks Reparations

We’ve all heard of people pleading insanity in order to avoid a sentence, but one prisoner decided to do something a little more unique: he claimed to have Shy Bladder Syndrome. Read to find out what the man in question hoped to achieve and what the results of his case were.

Why You Should Talk about Shy Bladder Syndrome

When dealing with an anxiety disorder, it’s usually best to be open and honest about your fear. Being honest with yourself helps you to confront your problems in a healthy way. By telling a trusted physician or mental health specialist about your struggle with paruresis, you can learn to effectively manage your condition.