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Lead to GAD. At the same time, one needs to acknowledge that the association of primary PTSD with GAD is more impressive, suggesting at least one other pathway. The lack of associations with other depressive, somatoform, substance and eating disorders lends further support to the general ﬁnding that among the vast majority of all people affected by major mental disor34 ders with comorbid anxiety, the anxiety disorder starts ﬁrst (Kessler et al. 1996; Regier et al. 1998). This seems to be true also for patterns of GAD, a disorder that might not necessarily occur with the same frequency as phobic disorders as the very ﬁrst diagnosis in a patient’s life, however, for which we also see in the majority other anxiety manifestations as temporally primary manifestations (Fig.