Attachment Disorders in Adults

Attachment Disorders in Adults

In Mental Health December 24th, 2018 No Comments

The relationships that children have with parents or caregivers can affect the way that they relate to others in adulthood. Difficult experiences in childhood can cause adults to close themselves off from others to protect themselves from pain, making it impossible for them to form healthy attachments to others. When children are neglected, abused or…


LGBT Mental Health Support is Strong Online

In Mental Health December 22nd, 2018 No Comments

In the past, members of the LGBT community often felt alienated from mental illness recovery and weren’t able to receive the support they need. Mental health issues are very common among LGBT people who face discrimination, bullying, isolation and other problems that can lead to depression and anxiety. It is an unfortunate reality that LGBT…


Dealing with Mental Health Emergency

In Mental Health December 17th, 2018 No Comments

When you or your loved one has a mental illness, it is important to be prepared in the event of a crisis. There are times when mental health symptoms can occur suddenly and unexpectedly in an emergency situation. Coping with a mental health emergency can help ensure everyone’s safety and prevent the situation from escalating…


Service Dogs for Mental Health

In Mental Health December 11th, 2018 No Comments

Dogs are great companions but for those with mental health issues, they can also provide a critical and life-saving service. Psychiatric disabilities can make it difficult for people to function in their daily routine and service dogs can assist with a variety of issues to ease symptoms and maintain safety. Service dogs are available for…


Your Diet’s Effect on Bipolar Disorder

In Mental Health, News November 13th, 2018 No Comments

Our bodies and our minds are actually closely connected in ways that we don’t always realize. What you eat can have a strong impact on the health of your body which in turn can affect your mood. People with poor diets may find that their mental health symptoms are much worse, especially if they have…


Does Everyone Have Anxiety?

In Mental Health November 9th, 2018 No Comments

Everyone feels nervous in certain situations and there are always moments of anxiety that occur as a natural response to stress. It is true that everyone feels anxious sometimes but this is not that same as having anxiety. There is a difference between the kind of occasional anxious feelings that people experience and having an…


Is There a Link Between Gut Health and Mental Health?

In Mental Health September 10th, 2018 No Comments

The topic of gut health has been a recent trend when it comes to digestive issues and a healthy diet. But scientists have also found that there is a distinct connection between the health of your gut and your brain. Surprisingly, the balance of bacteria in our stomachs can have more to do with psychiatry…


Lack of Romantic Relationships on Mental Health

In Mental Health August 10th, 2018 No Comments

Meaningful romantic relationships can be very important to a person’s health and well-being. Married people in loving, stable relationships tend to live longer and enjoy better health overall. Relationships can be great for mental health because they nurture people and allow them to be themselves and grow. A few studies have shown single people tend…


Can You Be Ambitious and Depressed?

In Mental Health July 17th, 2018 No Comments

The typical image that people associate with depression is someone who can’t get out of bed, is unemployed or can’t get much done because of their feelings. The reality that people with very high ambitions who work very hard can also develop symptoms of depression. In fact the desire to be successful and depression are…


We Need to Talk About Suicide Rates

In Mental Health July 14th, 2018 No Comments

A startling statistic that many people may not be aware of are the rising suicide rates throughout the U.S. Studies revealed that the suicide rate between 1999 and 2016 increased by 28 percent and in 2016 alone as many as 45,000 Americans took their own lives. Unfortunately mental health issues remain a major stigma in…


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