Books are the closest thing to real magic we have. They can teach you a new skill, entertain your mind, or even transport you to another world. No matter your taste, there is something for everyone. Read on for a list of books that we think worthy of a recommendation. Read More
Tag Archives: anxiety
Sweet dreams with a sweet pillow. Read More
Fun and Function makes fashionable tools for all age sensory users. Read More
If you have anxiety, may the force be with you if you plan to attend Star Wars Celebration. Read More
Fidget Cube is a great tool for some. Sensory nightmare for others. Read More
‘Finding Your Ruby Slippers’ is therapy from the comfort of your own couch. Read More
Neurofeedback provides an alternative to medication for children and adults. It treats the electrical transmissions in the brain directly, providing long term solutions for health concerns such as anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge tells you what you need to know about neurofeedback. Read More
What do you do when faced with an anxious co-worker? Dakster knows. Read More
Midoris are dandy, but Dakster has her own system that’s cheap and easy. Read More
Bookstore meditation is Dakster’s new favorite calming technique. Read More
A bag full of picture books on the subject of bravery helped me stand strong in a world where the news is a constant battery of things to fear. Read More
Nail biting is classified as an obsessive-compulsive disorder. Does this mean your child should be treated for the very common habit? Read More
A few weeks into using my Midori Traveler’s Notebooks, my anxiety has been dramatically reduced, my overall mood is much better, and I’m falling asleep much faster. Read More
Dakster has a new name for her anxiety. Meet Khan. Read More
With the highly gifted child comes great responsibility. Here’s how I helped my son through his roughest time yet dealing with a mind so far ahead of his emotions. Read More
Let’s face it: The news is scary.
It’s always been scary, but it has certainly upped the ante recently.
And this week? Downright painful.
When I was in 6th grade, I remember reading about Darwin and the theory of natural selection. I was wholly fascinated by it all. I fantasized about traveling to the Galapagos one day. I wanted to swim with the sea turtles and make important discoveries.
And then the Gulf War hit. Read More
What is anxiety? Dakster explains. Read More
I know I’m not alone in having anxiety. Many of us have it. We think too much, especially about the worst case scenario. External and internal factors cause us to be agitated, whether we show it or not. Read More
What do you do when the New Year doesn’t give you a fresh start? You celebrate again! Read More
My Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Obsessive Compulsive Tendencies are part of what makes me, well, me. I wouldn’t be the socially awkward, over-talking person at the party without them. Read More
Dakster gives us the 411 on how she dances her anxiety away in her latest video, “Macarena Cosplay Style.” Read More
Dakster has learned so many tools to help with her anxiety and depression, but none of them offered any relief during the worst of her panic attacks. She shares a technique she’s trying to help her work through some of her emotions. Read More
Dakster knows more about anxiety and depression that she cares to, but it doesn’t stop her from teaching and supporting others like her. Read More
Read what Ashley Eckstein had to say about Dakster’s open letter to her this week. Get the tissues ready. Read More
Dakster recounts when Ashley Eckstein saved her from herself. Read More
Simple tasks for you might not be so simple for someone with anxiety or depression. Read More
Dakster writes a letter to WikiHow, about depression and why hiding it is bad advice. Read More
GeekMom Melody has always been more of a Deanna Troi then a Mr. Spock when it came to emotions. Read More