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I feel from inferiority complex & too much worrying......many more to get rid?

Submitted by whatworld Sat 05/22/2010

Feeling inferior and worrying too much are two separate problems, though they may be related. If you are worrying all the time about everyday issues (relationships, finances, minor matters, etc.), then you may have "Generalized anxiety disorder" (GAD).

GAD is sometimes called "compulsive worrying" because it is much more than the normal anxiety people experience every day. It's chronic and fills one's day with stress and tension, even though there is little or nothing to provoke it. Having this disorder means always anticipating disaster. Sometimes, just the thought of getting through the day causes anxiety.

GAD can be treated. If this is what you are experiencing, please contact a therapist for an evaluation.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
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