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If You Practice Mindfulness, Equanimity is One Amazing Outcome

According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NIH), yoga, meditation, and mindfulness are gaining more popularity in the United States as Americans are finding numerous mental and physical benefits of practicing them. Mindfulness is the practice of

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What Factors Promote Psychological Resilience in Those with Schizophrenia?

Nearly 1.5 million people around the world experience schizophrenia each year; schizophrenia is a mental disorder that involves a breakdown between thoughts, emotions, and behavior, leading to faulty perceptions, inappropriate actions, withdrawal from reality, and more. Those with schizophrenia may

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The Dangers of Having an Untreated Mental Illness

For many Americans, mental health gets placed on the backburner. Sure – you may notice that you’ve been feeling a little down lately, or you’ve been experiencing challenges with many of your relationships – but you brush it off. It’s

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If You Have a Friend with Social Anxiety Disorder, Here’s What You Need to Know

Social anxiety disorder (SAD) affects 15 million adults each year, and is the fear of social situations and interaction with other people that automatically causes a person to feel self-conscious, judgment, evaluation, and criticism. If you have a loved one

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What are the Most Common Myths of Bipolar Disorder?

Like other mental disorders, there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding bipolar disorder (BPD). BPD is considered a manic-depressive illness – a brain disorders that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out daily

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5 Ways You Can Boost Your Mental Health, Starting Now

According to Mental Health America, more than 40 million Americans have a mental health condition, and 56% of those individuals do not receive treatment. If you have been struggling with symptoms of depression, anxiety, lack of concentration, emotional instability, limited

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How Does Recovery Help People ‘Let Go’?

Author Barb Rogers begins her story in her book titled, “Addiction & Grief: Letting Go of Fear, Anger, and Addiction” by describing a moment in which a woman at an addiction recovery meeting told her, “Even if you stay in

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