Category: mental health

Labeling People with Mental Disorders

Introduction The term “mental disorder” is a riveting assertion in and of itself. According to News Week, about 42.5 million American adults are labeled with a “mental illness”. This would mean that one in every five people have some sort of irregularity with their thought process. I often find that “mental disorders” are simply exaggerated

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Social Media’s Role in Social Anxiety

Introduction Maybe you’re someone like me who suffers from social anxiety. You live day by day feeling lonelier and lonelier. I’d like to start by reminding you that you’re not alone. If you’re not someone like me, then I ask simply that you try to understand before reading on. People generally feel sensitive about this topic

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