Mental illness has become prominent in the LGBTQ community. Here’s why.
Men who struggle with ADHD are often met with distinctive challenges within their relationship that other men don’t face. Unfortunately, though there’s a lot of information for women on this issue, men’s ADHD traits are often ignored.
Everyone who struggles with anxiety is looking for a cure. Yet, in many regards, the cure is already within us. Much of the time, we perpetuate anxiety without even realizing. And we do so through our habits.
Nobody plans on developing a substance abuse disorder. These things gradually happen over a period of time. Throughout this article, we look into five signs that you’re struggling with drug or alcohol addiction.
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.
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.
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.
When it comes to mental health, there are a number of actions we take to alleviate symptoms. However, have you ever thought about what you can stop doing for this sake? Our habits truly define who we are. And for this reason, we must take a look into these habits and consider that they may
Drug and alcohol addiction happens in five different stages. This blog seeks out those stages and the corresponding path to recovery.
As a loved one to someone struggling with schizophrenia, it’s in your best interest to offer help whenever possible. However, being that schizophrenia is such a complex disease that affects everyone differently, it can be difficult to tell how to help your loved one. Often, people with schizophrenia struggle with relationships (friends, family, significant others),