Friday, May 13, 2011

But that's the problem, isn't it?

I'd like to thank Nicole, for sending in this headline from an online Psychology journal.

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quixote said...

Do you suffer from paranoia? Don't worry! We're keeping an eye on you!

webhill said...

AAAAAAAAAAARRRGHHH!!! What do you mean "you are not alone!"?? Who's there? I thought I was alone!! What are you DOING HERE? Where did all these people come from? Are you SURE I am not alone??? HEEEEELP MEEEEEEE!!!!!

Packer said...

We go to new heights to cure your acrophobia.

Keep a tight wrap on your claustrophobia.

Our arachnaphobia treatment has legs.

Have a nice weekend.

Anonymous said...

I think you're confusing social anxiety with agoraphobia, Dr. Grumpy.

First year said...

Hi Dr. Grumpy!

I started reading your blog about a month ago. I'm a first year in med school... done in 2 weeks! We're currently doing neuroscience. I have an exam on Monday. So naturally, I'm reading your blog and playing Angry Birds.

Rogue Medic said...

I'm not alone?

How is that supposed to make me feel better?

Next you will be throwing a surprise party for me and inviting a lot of people I don't know. :-)

spectrummom said...

You're never alone

Kat's Kats said...

Anon 8:16 - I think you're confusing social anxiety with agoraphobia, Dr. Grumpy.

Actually anxiety patients often want to be alone when they're having a panic attack. Sometimes they don't want to be around anyone at all or anyone but family because their anxiety levels are high.

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