Common-misconceptions-about-mental-health

Common Misconceptions About Mental Health

Mental health awareness is growing. More news coverage is dedicated to mental health, and terms like “burnout” are now mainstream. People can talk more openly about feeling anxious or depressed — plus the words “mental health” are no longer outright stigmatized. While this progress is a positive sign, misconceptions and misunderstandings about mental health persist. […]

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most common mental illnesses in the United States

The Most Common Mental Illnesses in the United States

Mental illness is a major concern in the United States. Millions of people struggle with different mental health disorders every day. Mental health concerns have only grown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. From January to September 2020, the number of people seeking help for anxiety increased 93% compared to 2019 as a whole. With so […]

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Benefits of Going to Couples Therapy

Benefits of Going to Couples Therapy

When you decided to marry your current spouse, move in with them or otherwise commit to a long-term relationship, you might have had visions of “happily ever after.” As it turns out, making it work with another person for the long term requires effort. You and your partner might occasionally disagree on things or have […]

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Strategies for Adults Living With ADHD

Strategies for Adults Living With ADHD

If you’re one of the 11 million adults in the United States with adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, you understand how hard it can be to avoid distractions, stay organized and work efficiently. With treatment and behavioral changes, you can learn how to handle ADHD to increase productivity and fulfillment. These simple, effective strategies can help you manage […]

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The Effects of Bullying on Mental Health

The Effects of Bullying on Mental Health

Bullying continues to be a prominent issue for kids and teens. In 2020, one in five high school students stated they were victims of bullying at school. And bullying doesn’t only occur in schools. It can happen in person or online, and the ramifications can have a ripple effect. The short- and long-term effects of […]

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