Mental Health Articles Page 121

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The diagnostic reference mental health professionals use is called the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders(DSM). This provides us wi...
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The modern medical view of depression focuses on neurochemicals in the brain. We have all heard of this under the generalization of, “an imbalance of...
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Anyone who has ever owned a dog knows that they are incredibly emotional beings. And when your canine friend is feeling down, it’s like it’s happening...
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Picking yourself up after ending a relationship can be a difficult, lengthy process, but knowing how to overcome depression after a break up will help...
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Dealing with depression is a difficult, time-intensive process, but dating someone else with depression carries with it a whole different set of chall...
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Emotional ups and downs are a natural part of any college experience. In fact, one study showed that nearly half of all college students will experien...
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According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the most popularly known of the seasonal depression disorders isn’t a diagnosi...
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Depression is a type of Mood Disorder. It’s one of the most frustrating disorders to fight against simply because the very mechanisms we would normall...
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Cognitive therapy is comprised of several different types of interventions designed to do different things to help a person overcome depression. The w...
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“. . .it is what you choose to do in a relationship, not what others choose to do, that is the heart of reality therapy.” --- William Glasser, creato...

 
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