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on July 25, 2018

When families are left with devastation and grief after a suicide, many ask why they didn’t see it coming or how they could’ve helped a loved one.

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5 Resources To Know For Your Mental Health

on February 23, 2018

Are you struggling with your mental health and wondering where to turn for help? Then this blog is for you! We’re going to talk about 5 mental health organizations, who they are, how they provide support and how you can seek help.

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7 Ways to Explain Anxiety to a Partner

on February 09, 2018

Love is in the air! For holidays centered on romance, like Valentine’s Day, this can be a time to show your partner some extra love and affection. For others, it may be a challenging time for a number of different reasons, such as being single or away from loved ones. For those living with a mental illness, it may be an opportunity to discuss their mental health with their partner.  

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Light Therapy and Bipolar Depression: What You Need to Know

on December 22, 2017

Ever heard of the winter blues? There’s a reason some people start feeling sad during the colder months: seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Light therapy, or a “happy box,” is often used to help combat symptoms of SAD. The light box is like a screen and is the size of an average desktop computer.

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Float Therapy for Anxiety: What You Need to Know

on December 15, 2017

From generalized anxiety to social anxiety, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health conditions in the United States. Forty million U.S. adults live with some form of anxiety and, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, only 37% of those individuals seek help.

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To Treat Depression: Therapy or Antidepressants?

on December 08, 2017

Every year, nearly 16 million Americans experience depression and seek medical treatment. This decision marks the beginning of an often stressful process of trying various medications to find the best treatment plan. Patients may have to fill out forms that include screening questions and/or may be asked to share intimate details. The diagnosis of depression often leaves patients with the choice between psychotherapy, medication or both.

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OCD in Adults: 5 Things to Know

on November 24, 2017

When people think of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), they often envision someone who is a germophobe and is ruled by the desire to keep things organized. The phrase, “I’m so OCD,” may be used casually when referring to someone’s organizational behaviors. These misconceptions of the disorder do a disservice to individuals who are struggling to identify symptoms and want to seek help.

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Schizophrenia Disorder: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

on November 03, 2017

What comes to mind when you think about schizophrenia? Pop culture has helped perpetuate myths and stigmas about schizophrenia and its symptoms.

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Meeting an Unmet Need: Treatment for Adult ADHD

on October 13, 2017

During the 2017 U.S. Psych Congress, a study was shared that yielded startling results about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the United States. Results from the study showed that almost two-thirds of adults in the U.S. who self-reported ADHD were not pharmacologically treated, even though they were highly affected by their symptoms.

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The Genomind Mental Health Poll™ 2017: What It Means for Patients

on October 05, 2017

Patients dealing with a mental health issue and advocates in the space can take pride in knowing their efforts to educate Americans are yielding some success. That’s one of the takeaways from this year’s annual Genomind Mental Health Poll.

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