The Science of Anxiety

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"Anxiety is a normal response to stressful or dangerous situations and almost all of us have experienced it before but why?

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"My anxiety and voices makes it impossible for me to stand university. I tried going to real uni and had to go to the online program because I couldn't stand it."

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