Scott Stossel Quotes

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Scott Stossel quotes: Anxiety has afflicted me all my life. Anxiety has afflicted me all my life.
Scott Stossel quotes: No wonder I'm anxious: I'm like Woody Allen trapped in John Calvin. No wonder I'm anxious: I'm like Woody Allen trapped in John Calvin.
Scott Stossel quotes: The average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the 1950s.") The average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the 1950s.")
Scott Stossel quotes: To grapple with and understand anxiety is, in some sense, to grapple with and understand the human condition. To grapple with and understand anxiety is, in some sense, to grapple with and understand the human condition.
Scott Stossel quotes: During high school, I would purposely lose tennis and squash matches to escape the agony of anxiety that competitive situations would provoke in me. During high school, I would purposely lose tennis and squash matches to escape the agony of anxiety that competitive situations would provoke in me.
Scott Stossel quotes: I've always been interested in intellectual history and in psychology, and anxiety is obviously something that's been a big part of my life. I've always been interested in intellectual history and in psychology, and anxiety is obviously something that's been a big part of my life.
Scott Stossel quotes: An astonishing portion of my life is built around trying to evade vomiting and preparing for the eventuality that I might. An astonishing portion of my life is built around trying to evade vomiting and preparing for the eventuality that I might.
Scott Stossel quotes: The truth is that anxiety is at once a function of biology and philosophy, body and mind, instinct and reason, personality and culture. The truth is that anxiety is at once a function of biology and philosophy, body and mind, instinct and reason, personality and culture.
Scott Stossel quotes: A panic attack is interesting the way a broken leg or a kidney stone is interesting - a pain that you want to end. A panic attack is interesting the way a broken leg or a kidney stone is interesting - a pain that you want to end.