Anxiety | Bullying | PTSD


By Cameron Lorenc

Bullying is something that is common in the news.  Anxiety in teenagers is a problem and bullying doesn't help.  We have one article on that and then an aritcle on a Vet getting a PTSD service dog to help him.


Vet receives PTSD service dog – News and Information – Santa Rosa County, FL – 28

He began suffering from night terrors, extreme anxiety and depression. He isolated himself from his friends and family. It wasn't until 2002 that Raymond was able to put a name to his problem. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Today he is 100-percent disabled, according to his doctors at Veterans Affairs.


Our unhealthy love of reality TV bullying – 28

They experience higher incidents of alcoholism, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue and insomnia. They struggle with concentration issues and poorer health and have lower self-esteem. If so many people are victims of bullying, why do they come home and watch it on television.


Sorry, comments are closed for this post.