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Superfoods To Help Fight The Flu Before And During

Flu season has been devastating in record numbers across the country this year. While many advocate for flu vaccinations, others emphasize that a jam packed nutritional diet can help strengthen an immune system. Varying mental health issues contribute to emotional stress and distress. Trauma, for example, can cause depression and anxiety, both of which canRead More

Making The Decision To Cut Toxic Family Ties

Cutting ties with a family member is a completely independent choice. At the end of the day, as it is so often said, you are in charge of your life. You are the one that has to live with your thoughts, feelings, experiences, and decisions. If you feel you cannot continue to live with someone’sRead More

Language Can Indicate Depression

Kurt Cobain, frontman of rock band Nirvana, reached into the hearts and minds of millions of people around the world with his intensely raw, vulnerable, sometimes challenging, but realistic lyrics. Chester Bennington, frontman of Linkin Park, also sang openly about his innermost struggles. Though Cobain’s death is often debated, both rock stars committed suicide afterRead More

Could Having Acne Cause Depression?

The world has developed an ideology for the appearance of skin which favors and celebrates smooth, flawless skin. Acne, a collection of pimples, cysts, and often scars, are considered flaws. People who chronically struggle with acne can feel insecure, self-conscious, and like they are not acceptable by society’s standards. Feeling as though they will neverRead More

Do People With Depression Avoid Treatment?

A new study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine found that people who are newly diagnosed with depression do not start treatment right away. The data of over 240,000 people in the United States was analyzed for the stud, according to U.S. News. Researchers looked at patients who received a depression diagnosis forRead More

Do Depression And Anxiety Ever Go Away?

Choosing to go to treatment for trauma, addiction, or a related mental health issue is a difficult choice to make. Recovery is a life changing experience with the hopes that life will change. Everyone has a story when they arrive to treatment. Most often, those last experiences before treatment becomes a reality are hopeless, painful,Read More

Connecting Eating Disorders And Trauma

February twenty-sixth through March fourth is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (NEDAW), hosted by the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA). Every year, NEDA puts together a plethora of information on eating disorders as local groups organize marches and walks to raise awareness about eating disorders. “30 million Americans will struggle with a full-blown eating disorder,”Read More

When Anxiety Deserves Professional Help

Being anxious is being human. Everyone has anxiety because anxiety is naturally built into the human brain. The fight or flight response system is part of the way humans have evolved to survive. When anxiety becomes a mental health issue in the form of an anxiety disorder, the brain gets stuck in survival mode. EverythingRead More