Rewriting Your Anxiety Story (Part One)

Learn how you can prevent the habitual and negative thought processes that can lead to ongoing stress and problematic anxiety with something much more positive, healthy, and calming. Part one of a three-part series.

Good News for People with Driving Fear

Science fiction writers have long imagined self-driving cars. Rumors of these cars arriving on the market have existed for years, but we have yet to see it really happen. According to a popular car site, self-driving cars may finally be coming in the near future. Read to find out more!

New Technology to Reduce Range Anxiety

Now that more companies are manufacturing electric cars, you may have heard of the term “range anxiety.” Range anxiety is the fear that your electric car will run out of power, leaving you stranded with no way to re-charge your vehicle. Fortunately, a new car model may allay the fears of electric car owners. Read about it here!

Anxiety and Depression Medications Put Drivers at Risk

Medication can greatly improve the quality of life for someone who has a mental health condition. For many people, anxiety and depression are manageable with prescribed drug therapy. But taking medication to reduce anxiety while driving may actually have an adverse effect on your safety. Read about the alarming new findings here.

Driving Anxiety: Teaching Someone to Drive

You may know what it's like to be afraid of driving over a bridge or on the highway. Even people with a mild amount of driving anxiety may feel uncomfortable in these types of situations. For some people, though, driving anxiety decides to rear its ugly head when they start teaching someone else to drive.

Recognizing Multiple Sources of Driving Fear — Part 2

What can lead to driving phobia? Does it just happen on its own, or does there have to be a specific cause? A group of researchers reviews a variety of causes of driving phobia. If you would like to know what kinds of conditions can lead to driving phobia, come learn more here.