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Is there such a thing as “Facebook Depression?” Is it possible that excessive social media use can cause depressed mood, loneliness, and low self-esteem?
DMDD in children can be misdiagnosed as bipolar disorder. Here’s the difference between the two diagnoses and what symptoms differentiate the two.
Narcotics Anonymous is a misunderstood organization. It doesn’t help that TV and films have misrepresented it for decades.
This is a story about suicidal ideation, psychological pain, and a divorce on Thanksgiving Day.
Online Therapy is a convenient, affordable, and effective alternative to traditional face-to-face psychotherapy. But is Online Therapy the right move for you?
Addiction is a complicated and baffling disease that affects tens of millions of men, women, and children. If you want to learn how to help an addict, this article will give you seven important points to consider.
Working at a psychiatric hospital is a fascinating experience, full of reward opportunities and frustrating scenarios. These are the 5 most shocking things I’ve learned working at one.
Have you ever wondered why some children grow into adult criminals? Do you think that schools are responsible, or communities, or churches? Can bad parenting cause juvenile delinquency?
What is SMART Recovery? It’s a science-based alternative to faith-based and 12-Step Programs such as AA and NA.
It’s become commonplace to attack narcissists on social media. But is it okay to attack people who suffer from a mental disorder they cannot control?
The Best Mental Health Blogs are the ones that are able to combine personal and professional experience. They are creative, unique, helpful, and informative.
Major Depression is an illness that affects many areas of a person’s life, such as relationships with friends and family, performance at work and school, and everyday activities like eating and sleeping.