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Fifteen percent of people who are clinically depressed die by suicide, according to Save.org. Research has consistently shown a strong link between su...
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It is fun and healthy to try something new. Newness and variety keep our lives (and holidays) from slipping into a rut. Since December 24th is Christm...
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Talking about mental illness with a friend or family member can be difficult. The stigmas surrounding mental illnesses often make it a topic of tabo...
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A recent survey given to college students may indicate that spending too much time using a cell phone can have a negative effect on students' GPAs, an...
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Despite the fact that it’s the 21st century, there is still significant stigma attached to mental illness. The derogatory term "mentally ill" is ofte...
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Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD, is a type of depression that occurs at the same time every year. Most people with SAD experience sympt...
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The practice of mindfulness helps us manage stress, lower anxiety, and manage symptoms of depression. Although developing the habit of keeping awarene...
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When you're feeling depressed, celebrating the holidays can seem overwhelming. The first thing to do is realize that whatever you feel about the holid...
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We can enjoy the traditional smells of the holiday season naturally, or we can use therapeutic essential oils. Whatever the fragrance source, since ou...
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The fresh, cool flavor of peppermint candies and baked goods is part of the holiday season. But there are plenty of other reasons to keep peppermint l...

 
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