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What to Do if You Suspect a Loved One has an Anxiety Disorder

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What to Do if You Suspect a Loved One has an Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety can be one of the most insidious and damaging mental health issues. Worrying about day-to-day life can be horrible and can often lead to people becoming depressed and very ill. Supporting someone with anxiety disorder can put a lot of pressure on you, especially if you are unsure about what to do. If you […]

7 Tips for Better Managing Your Finances When Dealing with Depression

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7 Tips for Better Managing Your Finances When Dealing with Depression

Financial problems and depression often go hand in hand. If for whatever reason, your finances get out of control, it is easy to spiral into a state of depression or serious anxiety. If you are feeling anxious or depressed about your money, then it is important that you seek help from either a trained professional […]

Social Media and Young Adults: How Does Social Media Affect Young Adults’ Mental Health

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Social Media and Young Adults: How Does Social Media Affect Young Adults’ Mental Health

Whether we like it or not, social media is here to stay. The medium is constantly changing and adapting and is increasingly becoming a part of our day to day lives. While there are lots of positives and negatives to social media, there is no getting around the fact that it can be very detrimental […]

How to Avoid Burnout from Your Job in 2020

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How to Avoid Burnout from Your Job in 2020

What is worker burnout? Burnout can be difficult to describe and even more difficult to identify but the most common definition of it would be a feeling or state of physical, mental or emotional exhaustion, often caused by external circumstances. It can also be a state of disillusionment with life in general and with your […]

How to Set Goals When Living with Depression

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How to Set Goals When Living with Depression

Setting yourself goals can be a huge step towards making positive changes in your life and helping you challenge mental health issues. Setting goals can be a difficult task at the best of times, so goal-setting, when depressed, can be incredibly difficult. It is important that you focus on setting goals that are attainable and […]

11 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Mental Health

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11 New Year’s Resolutions to Improve Your Mental Health

New Year is an excellent time of year to reflect on the past twelve months. It is a time for celebration but it can also be a brilliant time for self-reflection and change. Making New Year’s resolutions has become a popular trend in the West. People work out ways that they would like to improve […]

11 Ideas for Coping with the Holidays When You Have a Mental Illness

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11 Ideas for Coping with the Holidays When You Have a Mental Illness

The holidays can be a fun time of year but for those who suffer from a mental illness, they can also be one of the most daunting periods. They can be a time of intense pressure from both your professional and your private life, with constant invitations to events and family get-togethers. There are steps […]

How Spending Time with Loved Ones Can Alleviate Holiday Stress

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How Spending Time with Loved Ones Can Alleviate Holiday Stress

The holiday festivities can truly be the most terrific time of the year. However, as much as we all love the holiday season, from the twinkling lights on Christmas trees and the Christmas plaid, poinsettias and fresh greenery throughout the house, to baking gingerbread cookies, and spending quality time with family and friends – it […]