Post-Holiday Depression

According to a survey by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 64% of people are affected by holiday depression, and it’s often triggered by emotional, financial, and physical stresses.

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Overcoming Depression: How to Find Right Therapist

Depression is highly treatable, and many people who seek professional help feel better. Finding the right therapist can make all the difference in getting the best treatment for depression, but it’s essential to do some homework before starting your search.

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5 Symptoms of Environmental Anxiety

With the increasing awareness of climate change and an increased sense of urgency to reverse the impact of global warming, it’s not surprising that more and more people are beginning to feel significant anxiety about the current state of the world. 

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Tips for Managing Anxiety While in Public

Anxiety symptoms can be challenging to manage, and experiencing a panic attack is even more difficult when you’re in public.

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No, It’s Not In Your Head: Physical Symptoms of Anxiety

When it comes to anxiety disorders, we tend to focus less on the physical symptoms and more on the overwhelming psychological worry and fear. If you’re struggling with an anxiety disorder, it’s essential to recognize and understand the physical symptoms. If you don’t know what you’re dealing with, it can be challenging to seek proper treatment.

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How Does Social Media Affect Mental Health?

Studies confirm that social media is affecting the mental health of adolescents and adults — with both positive and negative results.

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Do I Have Social Anxiety Disorder?

For individuals with social anxiety, the social fears of rejection, judgment, or doing something embarrassing or wrong is so extreme that it feels like mortal danger and the stuff of nightmares. For people with social anxiety disorder, fear can be a response to almost any kind of social setting or instance.

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Whether it’s your first or your fourth delivery, having a baby will mean significant changes for any woman. You’re making adjustments to your living arrangements to accommodate a new member of the family, your daily schedule drastically detours from your pre-pregnancy norm, and the physical differences in your postpartum body bring on an entirely new set of challenges. However, perhaps the most significant changes women experience after giving birth are mental or emotional.

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According to the American Institute of Stress, 75 percent of employees believe that their workforce generation has more job-related stress than previous ones. However, what is the root of this pervasive problem, and how can we combat it? 

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