Sam Smith Opens Up About Mental Health

Sam Smith Opens Up About Mental Health

In Mental Health, News August 25th, 2019 No Comments

  Pop singer Sam Smith recently took to twitter to give his followers some mental health advice saying “you are enough”.  He shared several tweets discussing his recent mental health journey and how he learned to accept the things that he goes through. His emotional thread offered some vulnerable thoughts and advice to fans who…

Anger Issues and Blaming Others

In Mental Health, Uncategorized August 19th, 2019 No Comments

  People that struggle with mental health problems may have issues with anger even if they are dealing with a disorder like depression, bipolar disorder or a personality disorder. Anger can be difficult emotion to cope with and can lead to lashing out or blaming others for their problems. There are healthy and unhealthy ways…

5 Steps to Suicide Prevention

In Mental Health July 12th, 2019 No Comments

  If someone in your life is suffering from depression or another mental illness and you think they might be struggling with suicidal thoughts then there are important steps to take. You will need to do what you can to approach the situation appropriately and convince them to get help. Being there for someone when…

4 Mental Health Symptoms that Require an Evaluation

In Mental Health July 4th, 2019 No Comments

  People may not always realize that they are suffering from a mental health issue. They may not understand the point at which their emotional state or their behavior is a legitimate problem. Being familiar with these signs of possible mental illness can help you identify when an evaluation may be necessary. Risky Behavior or…

What to Look for in a Therapist

In Mental Health June 29th, 2019 No Comments

  For those who are new to therapy, they might not be familiar with how the process works and how to find a counselor that is right for them. Even though a licensed therapist is usually very qualified, it is important to find someone that suits your personality and your individual needs. There may be…

Common Habits that Can Cause Relationship Problems

In Mental Health, Wellness June 20th, 2019 No Comments

  Long-term relationships can suffer from communication problems over time and many people don’t even realize that their behavior is creating more conflict and distance from their partner. There are certain habits and warning signs that can point to a problematic relationship that may not be able to survive if those actions continue. Improving communication…

The Link Between Nutritional Deficiencies and Depression

In Mental Health June 17th, 2019 No Comments

  There are a number of different factors that can contribute to someone struggling with depression. Issues like genetic predisposition, traumatic experiences, the environment in which they were raised and substance abuse can all act as causes for the development of depression. One of the most overlooked causes however is problems with the individual’s diet…

Treating Paranoid Personality Disorder

In Mental Health May 28th, 2019 No Comments

Although they are lesser known mental illnesses, many people suffer from personality disorders that affect their daily life. Paranoid personality disorder is an issue that causes the sufferer to have constant feelings of distrust and suspicion making it hard for them to maintain close relationships. They may feel too suspicious of others to confide in…

What are the Effects of Marriage on Mental Health?

In Mental Health May 19th, 2019 No Comments

Although many people may fear that being married is too stressful and complicated as the media often depicts strained relationships between spouses, the reality is actually quite different. Studies have proven that marriage is closely associated with better mental health and well-being. Statistics show that married people are actually the least likely to have mental…

Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder

In Mental Health April 17th, 2019 No Comments

One of the most complex and often misunderstood mental health problems is borderline personality disorder. This is a type of mental illness that is somewhere between a neurological disorder and a psychotic disorder that develops after the individual’s basic personality is formed. Personality disorder like borderline typically develops as a result of a young child…

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