Exerting Heroic Efforts

Written by David H. Rosmarin If you could sum up the ultimate goal – the end and be all – of Western civilization in one word, it would probably be “success”. Whether operationally defined by net worth, income, acquisitions, career advancement, community prowess,...

Conversations with Oneself

Written by David H. Rosmarin We may not admit it readily (at least not in public), but everyone does it. In fact, I speculate that it is impossible not to! I’m speaking about, well … speaking to oneself – i.e., having a conversation with no one else but your lonesome...

Putting Things In Perspective

Written by David H. Rosmarin Last Thursday evening, as I was leaving the Center for Anxiety’s office on the 59th Floor of the Empire State Building, something strange happened: The elevator call button was not working. After several minutes, our reception area was...

Exerting Heroic Efforts for our Dreams

Written by David H. Rosmarin One of the great tragedies of anxiety is that it can cripple a person’s motivation and destroy one’s dreams. Therefore, it is not surprising that exerting heroic efforts to achieve one’s dreams can be an important...

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