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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) affects nearly 1 out of 100 people within the United States.

In today’s fast-paced academic environment, students often find themselves juggling multiple responsibilities, from coursework and exams to extracurricular activities and part-time jobs. …

As a parent, it’s natural to be concerned about your child’s well-being, especially when it comes to their health. One area that …

In the complex world of mental health, social anxiety and depression often create an interrelated pattern. While each has its distinct characteristics, …

Living with illness anxiety can be an overwhelming experience, with persistent fears and worries about one’s health dominating daily life. However, there …

Family, often considered our closest support system, plays a significant role in shaping our lives. While the bond with family members can …

Depression impacts millions of people, infiltrating various aspects of well-being, including one of our most fundamental needs: sleep. The relationship between depression …

In the world of parenting philosophies, the concept of “gentle parenting” has gained considerable attention recently. Rooted in empathy and understanding, gentle …

As Valentine’s day rolls around, some of us might be feeling a little down about our single relationship status. But it’s important …

As one calendar year ends, and a new one begins many people begin to think about their New Year’s goals, resolutions, and things they want to improve on over the next 12 months.

For many teenagers, anxiety can be a small or large part of their daily lives. This can lead to parents wondering what is happening and how they can help.

Whether we want to admit it or not, we all have family members that we just don’t see eye to eye with or who frustrate us.

 The holiday season can bring forward joyful emotions, but for couples who have different religious beliefs, this time of year can produce high levels of stress and anxiety. The thought of combining traditions may be scary or feel difficult, but luckily it is possible to do so.

Whether you’re in a new relationship, or you’ve been in a relationship for years, being able to communicate with your partner is key.

For some people, overeating can become a regular occurrence that could be considered an eating disorder. This would occur when someone’s overeating happens on a regular basis, and they feel as if they’re out of control.

It can be difficult to notice the signs of depression. If you find yourself or someone around you struggling with depressive thoughts, it is important to seek the help of a medical professional to get the proper medical diagnosis.

Everyone deserves to feel seen, heard, understood, and valued. In romantic relationships, those feelings are especially important

It might be shame or stigma. It could be a lack of awareness. But males are less likely to report it if they are showing signs of disordered eating.

When you look in the mirror, are your imperfections the only things you can see? You might pick apart your body by the littlest details, comparing your flaws to the airbrushed images on billboards.

With all of the different emotions that a person can feel, are any two emotions similar? Is there a connection between any of the different emotions?

Do you dread opening your mailbox? Perhaps you feel like the only mail you’ll get will be from agencies wanting more money that you don’t have?

Regardless of what age school was started at, it is a huge milestone in development. And with most school memories come those of friendships.

Depression can take over many aspects of your life. It can impact how you cope with relationships, stress, and how you navigate your day-to-day life.

Everyone experiences some stress during the holidays. This time of year is demanding. If you have a general anxiety disorder (GAD), this stress can heighten it.

Sometimes depression doesn't show up alone. There are conditions that frequently come with it. You may have multiple mental health concerns at once or a physical condition occurring at the same time as your depression. These are known as comorbid conditions. 

It’s not unusual to feel stressed about your first day at a new job. It’s an inevitable part of the process. But, if you have anxiety issues, this entire experience could feel a lot more daunting.

Adolescence: the dreaded life stage for caregivers. Anticipating mood swings, risk-taking behavior, and endless arguments. Teenagers are learning their place in the world, discovering their own identity, how they fit into society, and asserting their autonomy.

Many parents may be at a loss when it comes to helping their shy child. These kids may experience many social and emotional challenges as they grow up, and are at greater risk for developing anxiety or depressive disorders.

Trauma is a natural emotional response to a horrific or horrible event in someone’s life. This could be a medical emergency, an accident, assault, abuse, or a natural disaster. 

Most of the time, when people think about grief, their thoughts wander to the death of a loved one. But, grief can occur when you experience any kind of loss. You can grieve over losing a job, moving out of a beloved home, or a broken marriage. 

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