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Part One. Recognizing Anxiety Disorders. When is treatment necessary?. Specific phobia Generalized anxiety disorder Social Phobia Separation Anxiety Panic Disorder Agoraphobia Hypochondria. Ocd Anxiety Depression Bi-polar Schizophrenia Personality disorders. Disorders.

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    1. Part One Recognizing Anxiety Disorders When is treatment necessary? Specific phobia Generalized anxiety disorder Social Phobia Separation Anxiety Panic Disorder Agoraphobia Hypochondria

    2. Ocd Anxiety Depression Bi-polar Schizophrenia Personality disorders Disorders

    3. Withdrawal from friends Extreme fatigue Loss of interest addictions קדושה angry Behaviors

    4. Bad Habits Poor coping skills Negative thinking patterns Weak Insecure Perfectionistic Very dependant on approval and admiration Negative and pessimistic thinking and living pattern Spoiled and sensitive

    5. Nature and nurture Biological predisposition ***** Affects of parents, environment and life experiences.

    6. Sorting out the pieces Developing a plan

    7. Anxiety Anxiety occurs when the demands of development EXCEED the ability to cope Anxiety is produced whether or not this feeling is real or simply imagined. There is an underlying feeling of inadequacy to cope.

    8. What makes us anxious? • The lack of ability to control the outcome of something that we feel compelled to succeed in. • You can notice that we all have anxiety when we cannot cope: • If we would meet an thug with a gun – our hearts would start pounding • if we were to meet a bear in the woods alone at night – our hearts would starts pounding. • when we go for a test for which we cannot control the outcome- we will become nervous and anxious

    9. להרגיל הבנים בדברים שמצד גילם טרם בא הזמן שיוכלו לעמוד בהם, כי אפילו אם הן מצליחות – ספק אם לא גרמו נזק לילד! דע: כל תביעה שלא לפי גיל הילד עלולה להכות פצע נפשי בלבו הרך, פצע העתיד להשפיע באופן מדאיג על כל התפתחותו ואופיו, בצורת פחדים, עצבנות, וחוסר עצמאות בגיל שדרושה עצמאותץ דברים אלה אמורים גם כלפי דברים כה פשוטים כמו נקיות, ישיבה מסודרת על יד השולחן וכדומה, שהאמהות רגילות לדרוש מהילדים כמה שנים לפני הזמן הנכון. (עלי שור ח"א דף רס"ג)

    10. Anxiety Response to judgment of risk or danger; A warning sign from the brain Normal anxiety – needed for preparation and protection.

    11. When does anxiety become a Problem???

    12. Anxiety disorder Normal anxiety Story Walking through the woods alone at night – you suddenly hear some crackling branches nearby – you turn around and see a large hungry black bear!!! Reaction You begin to shiver, your knees start knocking together, you feel frightened, your heart starts pounding, your vision becomes blurred, you feel you are going to pass out. Story Sitting on your porch on a bright sunny day, a bumblebee flies onto the porch and you see it from a distance. Reaction You begin to shiver, your knees start knocking together, you feel frightened, your heart starts pounding, your vision becomes blurred, you feel you are going to pass out.