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  • 18 July

Common Myths that Prevent Men from Seeking Help for Depression

Myths Why Men Do Not Seek Help for Depression Suicide and depression are frequently in the news, and the message that depression does not discriminate is an important one. Money and fame can’t protect against depression’s demons. That’s why mental health awareness is an essential component of Men’s […]
  • 17 July

Does Taking ‘Depression Naps’ Mean You Have Depression?

Depression Naps Napping can indicate the presence of depression, a sleep disorder or a lack of proper sleep practices. Sleep has a strong connection to mental health, and fatigue is a common symptom of depression, though not always a definite sign. Understanding the differences and connections betwe […]
  • 19 July

Generalized Anxiety Disorder: When Worry Gets Out of Control

What Is GAD? Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. You might worry about things like health, money, or family problems. But people with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) feel extremely worried or feel nervous about these and other things-even when there is little or no reason to worry about […]
  • 19 July

Recognizing the Early Signs of Mental Illness

More of an open conversation on mental health is developing, but there is still plenty of progress to be made. Not everyone understands how mental health issues manifest. Different people may experience different symptoms, and it may be difficult to recognize exactly what is happening. Knowing some […]
  • 19 July

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 (cell phones, social media, etc.) , and the ramifications can have a […]
  • 21 July

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 sig […]