Tracy Dennis-Tiwary

Author; professor of psychology and neuroscience; director, Emotion Regulation Lab, Hunter College

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Psychologist Tracy Dennis Tiwary says anxiety is on the rise, but avoiding emotional distress only makes us weaker, more fragile and increases anxiety levels.

Understanding anxiety —and its surprising upside

Psychologist Tracy Dennis Tiwary says anxiety is on the rise, but avoiding emotional distress only makes us weaker, more fragile and increases anxiety levels.

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