TAI UPINT Anxiety - Anxiety and depression Discussion Read this information and discuss the questions below with a partner A recent medical survey

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Anxiety and depression Discussion Read this information and discuss the questions below with a partner: A recent medical survey in Britain revealed that 25% of the population saw no hope for the future and one in ten felt that life was not worth living. Many teenagers were excessively worried about their weight and general appearance. Approximately 25% claimed they suffer from anxiety over their studies. 1. Are you surprised by these statistics? 2. Are you basically happy with your life? 3. When is the happiest you have ever been? 4. What is happiness? Reading Read through the article and answer this question -What exactly is this man's problem? When I was married I thought I was miserable because of my wife. So, we got divorced, and then I thought things would change. But I was still depressed somehow. Friends used to invite me out, and though I had nothing else going on, I'd tell them that I was busy or that I had other plans, but I'd just stay at home and watch TV or vegetate. So, then I blamed it on my job. I used to fantasise about just leaving the place. I started taking days off sick. My performance went downhill. But I couldn't quit. I was scared. I would wake up in the middle of the night, just lying there -thinking. Then a job opportunity came up at a different company, and for a few months I actually thought I was getting better. But then it came back- with a vengeance. I started crying
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2009 for the course ED 20314 taught by Professor Carolinaserna during the Spring '09 term at California State University , Monterey Bay.

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TAI UPINT Anxiety - Anxiety and depression Discussion Read this information and discuss the questions below with a partner A recent medical survey

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