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Problems Facing America Today: Stigma as a Barrier to Seeking Treatment

Forbes Magazine recently covered a study that involved 12 million people – of these, 240,000 were diagnosed with depression, yet less than 36% reported not seeking treatment. The study’s results indicated that social stigma is a key barrier to people

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Ups And Downs: Why Mania And Depression For BPD is Different

Everyone experiences mood swings – one minute we may be feeling happy and content, and then a few minutes later we (and maybe those around us) are experience the aftermath of a bad mood. Agitation, fatigue, sadness and more may

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Recent Study Shows That Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Could Help With Your Insomnia

There are many conditions that involve insomnia – substance use disorders, mood-based disorders, anxiety, stress, and other mental illnesses can all cause or be impacted by lack of sleep. As Harvard University states, those with psychiatric conditions are more likely

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In What Ways Can ADHD Disrupt A Person’s Daily Life?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)affects 5% of children and 2.5% of adults in the United States each year; common symptoms involve hyperactivity, inattention, and impulsivity. As noted by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), there are two main types of ADHD:

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Are Stress and Anxiety the Same?

Imagine this: It’s been a long day at work, and you come home feeling exhausted. You feel tension in your neck and your lower back – it’s been causing you distress all day long. Whenever you think about a project

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When A Parent Has A Mental Illness: How Families Develop Resilience

Having a child with a mental illness can be challenging for many families but learning of a parent’s disorder can bring on a new set of challenges primarily because the parent takes on the primary role of caregiving. If caretaking

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7 Reasons Why You Should Take A Holistic Approach to Your Recovery

When it comes to addiction and mental illness recovery, there are a variety of approaches that can be taken. For example, some treatment centers may place emphasis on medicine, so when a client comes in with an addiction or mental

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Is Residential Treatment Worth It?

When faced with an addiction or mental illness, treatment at home is not always the safest and most effective option. In fact, withdrawing from an addiction at home can be deadly – making it vital to seek help from a

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