What are the Effects of Marriage on Mental Health?

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…


Ask A Therapist: 10 Signs Of Social Anxiety

In Mental Health April 10th, 2019 No Comments

Many people who come to me for therapy do so not out of one or another urgent matter, but because they’re unsatisfied with how they’re living their lives. They may be feeling anxiety, sadness, or be struggling to deal with family conflict. Usually, they tell me they’re “fine, but…” Often I find that they’ve been…


Dealing with Isolation Urges

In Mental Health, Wellness April 10th, 2019 No Comments

There is nothing wrong with wanting to spend time alone and many people who identify as introverts usually feel re-energized by having lots of time to themselves. Although it can feel good to cancel plans and choose to have a night in, it is important to be able to identify when tendencies toward isolation are…


Teens are Concerned about Their Mental Health

In Mental Health March 25th, 2019 No Comments

Young people are experiencing issues with mental health at high rates with about 1 in 5 teens living with a mental health condition. It is important for teens to have an awareness of mental health issues and be able to talk about them or get help. More teens are getting involved in identifying their own…


Do You Experience Morning Anxiety?

In Mental Health March 16th, 2019 No Comments

People who have issues with anxiety may experience different times where they are triggered and start to feel afraid. They might be in certain situations or around specific people that make them feel anxious. Others may feel the worst symptoms of anxiety at certain points in the day such as in the morning. Morning anxiety…


Women Who Work Long Hours Higher Depression Rates

In Mental Health March 12th, 2019 No Comments

The levels of stress that a person experiences in their daily life can have a strong impact on their mental health. Studies have revealed that longer work hours can cause symptoms of depression, especially among adult women. This is even more of a problem now that people have round the clock access to work through…


What is the Continuum of Trauma?

In Mental Health March 5th, 2019 No Comments

Many people experience trauma but it can occur in a number of different forms and levels of severity. The trauma experienced after death of a loved one can be very different from trauma experienced during a violent war. Although trauma can have negative effects on everyone that goes through it, mental health experts view trauma…


Unable to Work 9-5 Because of Mental Health

In Mental Health February 28th, 2019 No Comments

Although most mental health problems are manageable with counseling and medication, there are some cases when a person’s symptoms can interfere with their job. Some mental illnesses are chronic and difficult to treat which means managing it becomes a full time job in itself. More complicated mental health disorders may mean the individual must work…


Anxiety and Weight Fluctuations

In Mental Health February 24th, 2019 No Comments

When someone has a mental health issue such as anxiety, their mental state can often lead to noticeable physical changes as well. People with anxiety often go through weight fluctuations depending on the level of their psychological distress. Their appetite may suddenly change due to anxiety or they may use food a coping mechanism to…


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