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Should I Talk About My Mental Health Issues at Work?

There is a fine line as to what should be disclosed at work when it comes to your personal information concerning your mental health. You may feel frightened you will be judged by your boss or coworkers with their ignorant chastisement of a mental health issue that they probably know nothing about. To stay underRead More

Recovery Life Skills 104: Managing Stress

Life can be difficult, and you have found that using drugs and alcohol would help out with the stress by numbing out the pressure you may be feeling. So, what happens to you when you take away drinking and drugging and you are left to deal with the burden of what you are going throughRead More

How an App May Help Students Mental Health

People of all ages suffer from mental health issues including adolescents. In fact, 1 in 5 children will be affected by a mental health disorder WITH 80 percent of chronic mental illness beginning in their childhood. The symptoms of mental illness can do a real number on the mood and the behavior of kids especiallyRead More

Tips to Resist Negative Thinking

One of the characteristics of an addition is the thinking that centers in the brain. The thoughts that race through an addictive mind have been known to be negative in context. Whether your head is telling you that you are not good enough or giving you the urge to use or drink, the adverse conceptsRead More

What You Should Know about Anxiety and Sleep

Over 40 million Americans struggle with anxiety disorders which can certainly be caused by stressors although anxiety is much more than just being stressed out. There is no one size fits all with anxiety because the disorder itself is very intricate which heeds different symptoms for different people. While most people assume that anxiety isRead More

How Do I Mute the Voices from My Schizophrenia?

Around one percent of the population is affected with schizophrenia with symptoms that vary from case to case. The predominant symptoms that schizophrenia is known for include lack of motivation, trouble with concentration, delusions, and more commonly, hallucinations. Schizophrenia is usually depicted as someone that only “hears voices” or is “emotionally crazy” which is notRead More

The Link Between Child Abuse and Addiction

Child abuse is often directly associated with someone who abuses alcohol or drugs. Around 700,000 children are abused every year in the United States according to the National Children’s Alliance. Somewhere between ⅓ or ⅔ of these abuse cases involve kids with parents or guardians that are under the influence. The truth is that noRead More

What are the Signs of Major Depression?

One of the most prevalent mental health disorders is major depression. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that there are 16.2 million adults in the United States that have experienced at least one major depressive episode that adds up to 6.7 percent of the population. Of these adults, 64 percent suffer from severe impairmentsRead More