There are many things you can do to find relief in the face of an anxiety attack.
As someone who suffers from Generalized Anxiety Disorder, you may become easily overwhelmed by your anxiety. That’s a natural part of having anxiety. However, it’[...]
If you’re considering taking melatonin to combat sleep troubles, here’s what you should know about how it could impact your mental health.
There are many reasons why someone may suffer from insomnia or other sleep-related issues. Depression, an[...]
Talking about suicide isn’t easy, but these tips will help you approach the subject in an informed and sensitive manner.
Suicide has been a frequent topic in the news lately, but that doesn’t necessarily make it easier to talk about the subject[...]
If you’re someone who lives with mental illness and works from home, these mental health tips will elevate your workflow.
As someone who lives with a mental illness, you may find working from home more difficult than others do. What’s important[...]
This summer, keep these mental health tips in mind so that you can fully enjoy all that summer has to offer.
With summer quickly approaching, it’s the perfect time to focus on some self-love and remind yourself to relax. There are many ways you[...]
If you fear that you’re suffering from crippling social anxiety, there's help out there for you.
Social anxiety and introversion are different in many ways. Many people think that if they show signs of an introverted personality, they automatic[...]
If you're worried that you may show any of these signs of OCD, talk to a therapist in your area as soon as possible
If you are struggling with symptoms of OCD, you may feel isolated and misunderstood, but it is important to remember that you’re[...]
If you’re considering referring your therapist to your friend or family member, first weigh the pros and cons.
If you’re considering seeing the same therapist as your friend or relative, you might have a few questions as to how that could work [...]
These simple tips will help you learn how to cope with your next panic attack.
If you’ve ever suffered from a panic attack, you understand how much stress and anxiety they can produce. For some, panic attacks are induced by specific triggers, l[...]
Here’s what to look for when evaluating your child for dyslexia.
Dyslexia is a common neurologically-based disorder that interferes with the processing of language. When children are first starting to learn how to read and write in early childh[...]
As a parent of a child with a stutter, there is a lot to know about communication with your child.
As a parent of a child with a stutter, there is a lot to know about communication with your child. Something that seems effortless with other peo[...]
Here are three ways you can make your home a livable and safe place for your visually impaired relative or friend.
When living with someone who suffers from any amount of vision loss, you want to make life as easy for this person as you possibl[...]
If you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms, it could very well be the physical signs of mental stress.
There are many ways in which mental stress manifests itself physically. It is important to remember that your brain is your body’s[...]
If you find that your worrying gets in the way of your daily life, it is time to start looking for other symptoms of an anxiety disorder.
Everyone suffers from anxiety at certain points in his or her life. Stage fright is a common reason people[...]
From a reduction in anxiety to improvements in your concentration, there are many reasons to consider using meditation to strengthen your mental health.
With the growth in popularity physical fitness practices like yoga have seen in recent year[...]
Here are just a few of the many ways in which you can help raise positive awareness for mental health in your community.
There are many stigmas attached to mental health in the United States. As more and more people come forward about their own[...]
The benefits of therapy are limitless. When it comes to your mental health, talking to a professional is absolutely the best route you can take. When considering therapy, you may have some hesitations. It’s important to know that you’re not alo[...]
Spring can improve your mood and aid depression in many ways. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you embrace the warmth and cheeriness of spring.
Although Maryland weather is unpredictable, now that it’s finally March, spring is just aro[...]
Here are some useful tips that will help you through easy and effective communication.
Communicating with a deaf person isn’t all that different than communicating with a hearing person. When communicating with both deaf and hearing people, ma[...]
If you find yourself feeling a bit down, follow these tips to help turn it around!
Everyone has good days and bad days. Negative emotions are just as common as positive ones. Changing circumstances, lack of sleep, sickness, working too much, an[...]
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