Anxiety

Anxiety from Melbourne Psychology: Emotion Focused Practice - Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy Melbourne

By: Melbourne Psychology: Emotion Focused Practice - Counselling, Psychology and Psychotherapy Melbourne  15-Feb-2013
Keywords: Freud Considered Anxiety

Freud considered anxiety to be the “central problem” of neurosis, and since then many psychologists have adopted essentially the same view. As it increases in intensity, anxiety can be a very painful emotion. The main reason for anxiety is stress; the more stress we have in our life, the more anxious we get. We can imagine how anxiety works if we imagine our stress level a bucket of water: if we keep adding drops of water (stressors), over time it fills up until one day it overflows.

Keywords: Freud Considered Anxiety

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