Essays on Anxiety

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Madman Narrator in “The Tell Tale Heart”

In the short story, “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe, an unnamed narrator has committed a murder to a man that had an “eye of a vulture”. He does not say why he killed him, other than that the man’s eye bothered him. Throughout the story there are many instances where the readers question […]

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Reality of TV Shows: Entertainment or Ethics

The research titled as “Reality of TV shows: Entertainment or Ethics” examines the ethical issues rising because of the reality TV shows. Reality TV shows only takes care about the entertainment which is the cause of rising in ethical issues. The theoretical framework includes of Social Responsibility Theory and Cogitative Dissonance Theory. Now-a-days TV plays […]

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Should Children be Spanked

Growing up in a desi household, I’ve experienced the wrath of my strict Indian parents whenever I misbehaved. Many children have experienced something similar to this atleast at one point in their lives. Infact, approximately 300 million children aged 2 to 4 world wide (3 out of 4) experience violent discipline by their caregivers on […]

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Our Relationship with Digital Technology 

Digital technology is used everywhere and all over the world. It is used in classrooms, hospitals, and in grocery stores, we even use it to help us find where we need to go by using GPS and keeping in touch with family members and friends. Whether, we like it or not technology has taken over […]

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Celebrities are Bad Role Models

Everyday in the media, we see celebrities and want to be just like them because of their supposed talents, fame, and wealth. Celebrities such as sports stars, movie stars and reality tv stars live the life most of us could only dream of and so many of us tend to want to be like them. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 667

Hurricane Katrina on Child Development

One of the most crippling hurricanes to hit the U.S. struck the Gulf coast on August 29, 2005. “In an analysis of 971 fatalities and 15 additional deaths of storm evacuees, 40% of deaths were caused by drowning. 25% were caused by injury and trauma (CNN) and “more than one million people in the Gulf […]

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Return to Normal Life after Hurricane Katrina

A natural disaster such as hurricane Katrina devastated a region of the country that is still recovering even years later. With that much death and destruction, it’s hard not to imagine that psychological scarring wasn’t wide spread with adults as well as children. One can only imagine the horror and feeling of helplessness each of […]

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Sleep Deprivation and the Stress Response

Sleep and anxiety are two important psychological processes that are heavily dependent on each other.  While the two have very different purposes – sleep helps calm one down while stress emerges when one feels nervous – both processes interact with each other in many different ways, and both can be very different in importance depending […]

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Anxiety and how it Can be Fought

The American Psychological Association (APA) defines anxiety as ‘an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure.’ Being a teenager can be quite stressful, but imagine being a teenager who suffers from anxiety. Being a teenager can feel like a full-time job due to the fact that they […]

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Fall of Usher

Understanding how the reader transforms a text is of utmost importance in reader response theory. Our identity as readers is what transforms the text; we apply our own mental processes to the work and therefore gain further understanding. A fixed, stable response to a text is an illusion. According to Norman Holland, our response to […]

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   Procrastination: a Study in its Features, Cause and Solutions

We may easy to find such a person that he never started his work until there are few days before deadline, and when he made up his mind to start his work at the beginning, he would always be distracted by other stuffs. He may get exhausted after finishing his work right before the deadline […]

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Smartphones Leads to Less Live Communication

Many teens use smartphones everyday, this affects them in numerous ways. The use of smartphones daily affects teens mental health by increasing anxiety In addition, the use of smartphones and social media can lead to sleep deprivation among teens. Therefore, the usage of smartphones leads to less live communication and it is detrimental to the […]

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Impact of Smartphone in our Society

From the moment we wake up until the moment we go to sleep we are engrossed in technological advances from the basics of Wi-Fi, or the trendiest one currently, Alexa from Amazon to the most influential one, the smartphone. While smartphones vary in features and exterior and popularity, such as the iPhone X or the […]

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The Effects of Parental Divorce on Children

‘Nearly one of every three of us experiences psychiatric symptoms each year.’ This could be a temporary sign of anxiety, stress, or sadness, or a long-term disabling form of any three of these symptoms and many more (Hicks 2). Mental health is an important part of people’s lives, so important in fact, that it can […]

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Social Media: Anxiety

Every minute half a million Instagram posts, Snapchat and tweets are posted. Social media was invented in 1997 and it was an app called six degrees and from there on the social media world has grown into such a big part of our lives. Throughout time more and more social media platforms have been created […]

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