Are you able to come to terms with the end of a relationship? Do you need help to really come to terms with the end of a meaningful relationship that has been bothering you in some way and you are having trouble putting it behind you……

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When someone loves, cares and supports deeply for others, the thought of them no longer being there can create emotional turmoil. Many people experience this as fear and insecurity when a person is seriously ill or when the person that they care about, job or lifestyle is bringing an element of danger to their lives.

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Tinnitus is the perception of noise or ringing in the ears. It is a relatively common problem, affecting about 15 to 20 percent of people.

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Having restless legs can be a debilitating experience, and strangely, trying to relax can seem to make the syndrome worse!

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So what is Claustrophobia? Claustrophobia is often described as a fear of enclosed place. A more accurate description might be a fear of not having an easy escape route.

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In modern life it’s all too easy to find yourself feeling stressed, tense, overwhelmed or on the brink of collapse, feeling like you are on the “treadmill” of life and can’t get off.

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Many people develop a fear of falling whether it be from a height or simply tripping up, which can be very incapacitating and restrictive, particularly as we get older.

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Fear of birds or ornithophobia as it is sometimes called, is extremely common – there are hundreds of thousands of people who experience fear and anxiety about those feathered creatures –

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People with phobias sometimes feel a bit embarrassed about their fear, and if they are with other people when the phobic response is occurring, they may try to hide it from them.

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