Dr. Gregory Jantz

Anxiety

DR. JANTZ BLOG
Do Your Wants Masquerade As Needs?
Jun. 29, 2019

Who hasn’t viewed an irate toddler in a store, yelling at the top of his tiny lungs, demanding the object of his heart’s desire?...

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Portrait of a young man resting on sofa and thinking about the future. Handsome young man with hands behind head sitting on couch in living room. Positive man daydreaming and relaxing at home.
The Need for Control in Dependent People
May. 31, 2019

Somebody upstairs thought it was a good idea for Randy to show the new guy around the plant.  As if Randy had the time...

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Rewriting Anxiety’s Script
Mar. 31, 2018

What do actors do when they get a new script? In my limited theatrical experience, which happened far longer ago than I care to...

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Are You the Definition of a Stay-Putter?
Nov. 20, 2017

Bill was a classic stay-putter. Almost thirty, he’d never kept a job for more than a year. In between episodes of work, he found...

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Four Tips for Managing Your Anxiety
Sep. 27, 2017

Anxieties often start in the mind and fast-forward to the body, resulting in rapid breathing, or hyperventilation. When you hyperventilate, you take in more...

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Anxiety: Accept the Small Stuff
May. 10, 2016

One of the mistaken beliefs surrounding anxiety is that everything that happens centers around you.  This mistaken belief can take on a life of...

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Creating Healthy Relationships with Intention
Jan. 30, 2016

As you work to create a healthier life, it’s important to look at ways you can strengthen your relationships. Strong relationships should be the...

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The Rise in Prescription Antidepressants
Jan. 6, 2016

While there is no dispute that the incidence of depression is growing, the response to this growth is changing.   The trend has been away...

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Creating an Action Plan for Your New Exercise Routine
Nov. 30, 2015

Oftentimes, a decision to start exercising is made in desperation and disgust. Desperation says, “Start now and start hard.” Disgust says, “You deserve to...

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Understanding Acute and Chronic Stress
Oct. 31, 2015

Acute stress is the slam-on-the brakes kind of stress. It’s tied to a specific event that is perceived as either dangerous or demanding. Your...

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Whole-Person Approach to Treating Depression
Aug. 28, 2015

In a whole-person treatment approach, the entire body is recognized as an important component in depression. The whole-person approach accepts the body as a...

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Overcoming Holiday Stress
Nov. 30, 2014

The holiday season is supposed to be filled with bright lights, delicious food, warmth, and loved ones. It is a time to be grateful...

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