College Students deal with addiction

The Dangers of College Drug Addiction

College can be an incredible time for a young person to find their path in life, but many times there are trials that person may go through. Whatever the workload is, studying for exams, finalizing projects, and cramming homework in

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Man dealing with mental health problem

Spring Cleaning for Your Mental Health

Spring is meant for rejuvenation and new life. It’s a fresh start after a cold and stressful winter. Not only is it important to clean up the mess around the house, but it is also important to get your mental

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hiking to deal with anxiety

Here’s How to Handle Your Stress & Anxiety

We all can get anxiety at times, whether dealing with school, work, relationships, or big events in our lives. It’s important to recognize your anxiety and know how to deal with it when it hits. Anxiety can come out of

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teenage depression

Why it’s Important to Stay Involved

It’s difficult to let your kids roam free when they reach a certain age.  They grow up and need to be let free from the den where they have stayed their whole life at this point.  But don’t just let

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The Risks of Growing Up in an Alcoholic Family

The Risks of Growing Up in an Alcoholic Family

Growing up in a household with an alcoholic parent is not rare, unfortunately, but it is detrimental to long term health. For young children, growing up in a household with an alcoholic parent can shape the rest of the child’s

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Going To Treatment Will Help Depression

Going To Treatment Will Help Depression

Apart from the risk of injury or overdose, self-medicating for depression by abusing substances typically worsens the depression. Drinking a glass of wine might make you feel better for an hour or so, but afterward, you’ll likely feel even worse

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3 Ways To Cultivate Compassion Toward Depression

3 Ways To Cultivate Compassion Toward Depression

Compassion is the best way to approach a loving relationship with someone who is struggling with depression.   Don’t take anyone’s mental illness as a personal offense: When we word it that way, it seems silly to think that someone’s

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