There is no guide to overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Still, mental health professionals have observed some trends among people who successfully treat their PTSD. It all begins with identifying symptoms and then finding a way to keep them under control.
Most people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are well aware of their diagnosis as symptoms tend to be quite obvious. Often times, OCD goes unnoticed or undiagnosed as the symptoms aren’t always obvious.
Nietzsche was well aware that life without meaning comes with very dangerous consequences. With that said, much of his philosophy was for the purpose of discovering meaning in a world that feels so meaningless.
There is no cure for anxiety. But, what if there was a universal pattern among people with anxiety? And, what if by addressing this universal pattern, there’s a chance for anxiety to be cured? What we’re talking about is better known as a negative feedback loop.
A discussion about the lack of masculinity of men in America.
People with BPD often have a number of “inconsiderate traits” when it comes to various social interactions. These traits are often uncontrollable and may be viewed as impolite by an outside party.
With the winter months rolling in, a new kind of mental health condition arises. One that can leave many feeling low with energy and spirits for months to come.
Back in 2008, the American Psychological Association (APA) found that proliferation of sexual images containing girls and young women in various forms of media had a harming effect on female self-image and development.
People who struggle with mental health often have the most difficult time finding and maintaining a job. Throughout this blog, we’re going to the best jobs for someone with bipolar disorder.
A diet plan for those struggling with ADHD – what to eat and what to avoid.