How we are feeling (our emotional state) impacts our ability to accomplish day-to-day tasks and life goals.
Two of the most common emotional disturbances that can dominate over other emotions are anxiety and depression.
Everyone feels anxious at times, but too much anxiety can interfere with school, work, home life and relationships. Anxiety is a problem when it becomes intense or continual, and makes it harder for you to do the things you want to do and affects your relationships with your family and friends. To learn more about how anxiety may be affecting you, click here to take our Anxiety Check Quiz.
Feeling nervous or shy when meeting someone new or performing in front of a group is something many of us have experienced. Social anxiety can be a problem when constant worry about embarrassment interferes with being with friends, meeting new people or performing at school or work. To learn more about how social anxiety may be affecting your life, click here to take our Social Anxiety Quiz.
Feeling sad or low from time to time is a part of life, but a persistent low mood could indicate the presence of depression. For some people, depression makes them irritable or causes them to act out against others. Depression is becoming a problem when the feelings don't go away, intensify and begin to interfere with school, work, family and friends in your daily life. Click here to take our Mood Check Quiz.