I have had the hugest crush on this friend of mine for several months now, and it's getting worse. Normally I'm the center of the party. But when he enters the room, I find it increasingly difficult to breathe, let alone string two words together. What do I do? -- Talkative Todd
Dr. Laurie explains how small, easily-manageable changes to our daily activities can help us escape feeling trapped.
I have been studying to be a musician ever since I was in elementary school. But now I've decided to be a nurse, and I'm not sure what to do. -- Kimberly in Kansas
Seth witnesses an exchange in the men's room that he won't soon forget.
Making resolutions and stressing ourselves to keep them may not help at all. Dr. Laurie shares a new approach for entering 2009.
Knowing that you're not alone is one thing -- but how to maintain a semblance of control in your life? Dr. Laurie lays out a battle plan.
You don't know from one day to the next what to expect. When something happens, you try to reason -- was I stressed? Am I having a reaction to medication? Is the disease progressing? Dr. Laurie explains that you're not alone.
Dwelling on the future can stop us dead in our tracks. Dr. Laurie explains that -- if we focus on the present -- we can be less fearful and lead happier lives.