In: Self-Harm

Bipolar Disorder Type I Compared to Bipolar Disorder Type II

Bipolar disorder is generally misconstrued as a disorder of rapidly ricocheting moods that go from deep misery to extraordinary elevated self-belief…

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Suicide and Eating Disorders: A Co-Occurring Condition

Bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, and anorexia nervosa are the most well known eating disorders in the United States and affect approximately…

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What It Feels Like to Have a Panic Attack

Find Out What It Feels Like to Have a Panic Attack People who suffer from panic attacks confess that while they…

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How to Spot Mental Health Red Flags

Teen Angst vs. Teen Anxiety: How to Spot Mental Health Red Flags Worried about the emotional state of your teen or…

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How to Cope With Election Stress

Useful Tips on How to Cope with Election Stress Feeling stress from the 2016 election cycle? A new survey shows that…

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Why Today’s Teens Are More Depressed Than Ever

Why Today’s Teens Are More Depressed Than Ever After a decline in the 1990s, the number of young people that commit…

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7 Habits of Highly Successful People with Bipolar Disorder

7 Habits of Highly Successful People with Bipolar Disorder “The biggest lesson I’ve learned is to take bipolar disorder very seriously,”…

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How to Avoid a Relapse in Recovery From a Mental Health Disorder

How to Avoid a Relapse in Recovery From a Mental Health Disorder “Is relapse a normal part of recovery? What can…

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How to Get Through the Holidays Without Stressing Out?

Worried About How to Get Through the Holidays Without Stressing Out? The last thing a person struggling with the symptoms of…

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Mental Health Advice From Teens: “How Would You Describe Your Recovery?”

Mental Health Advice from Teens Ever wish you knew then what you know now? What would you say to someone like…

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