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If you were born in the 1950s, you’ve experienced many things: the Cold War, the civil rights movement, the space race. You were raised with the sting...
When you grow older, does ADHD go away? We’ll explain if it’s possible to outgrow ADHD as well as ways to manage symptoms as an adult.
Everyone feels sad sometimes. But, if you are feeling sadder than usual – maybe even for no apparent reason – how do you know if you’re depressed?
In this article, we’ll discuss how clinical questionnaires play a key role in helping track and improve mental well-being over time.
An honest conversation about mental health can reduce stigma and help children understand what’s going on with them and that you care.
It’s not surprising that hundreds of thousands of organizations do not recognize mental illness, and therefore have no policies focused around mental...
Pregnancy’s an emotional time. It’s important to know the difference between the regular ups and downs and a serious mental health condition.
Research on men's mental health during the transition into fatherhood is lacking. We're exploring how and why fatherhood can impact mental health.
These individuals made lasting contributions to the field of mental and behavioral health, raising important questions about equality and racial justice.
Learn about possible connections between your physical and mental health. Whole health includes physical, mental, and social aspects of your life.
Exercise can improve symptoms of various mental health conditions. See how you can include exercise in your routine to improve your mental health.
Setting goals is one way to track personal growth in therapy. In this article, we’ll share several other ways to measure progress over time.
Learn helpful tips, that will help you in coping with change in your therapeutic journey and in everyday life.
The United States has observed May as Mental Health Awareness Month since 1949 and the national message is that mental illnesses are common, treatable...
Addiction is part of a mental health condition that alters a person’s brain and behavior. Here, we’ll dispel five common myths about addiction.
Learn about common myths and misconceptions surrounding mental health. Increasing awareness helps debunk long-held biases.
Video Telehealth has offered a growing number of licensed therapists and their clients a way to meet safely during the pandemic. Should they ever go back?
Learn about mental health disparities in BIPOC and minority communities, why stigma exists, how to overcome feelings that might be related to these challenges.
In the act of exploring the different ways people communicate about mental health, we came across Karthik Aithal, an individual who describes himself as...
“The winter blues” are common during the shorter days. Find out the difference between fleeting mood shifts and seasonal depression.
Companionship from an animal is something that a lot of people can appreciate, but in the last decade it has become clear that animals can be a strong...
Your words have the power to impact the way people perceive their experiences. Learn how you can remove mental health stigma with a few small changes.
Founder of a mental health company. Army veteran. Those two phrases partially describe who I am and often lead to the natural assumption that I...