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Demystifying generalized anxiety disorder

Those suffering from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) often feel intense worry about their safety or that of loved ones, or may have a general sense that something bad is about to happen. It’s a debilitating condition that, according to the Canadian Psychological Association, one out of every 12 individuals will suffer from at some time in their life. Clinical Psychologist Anna-Maria Tosco joins Global’s Laura Casella to talk about identifying and breaking bad thinking patterns.