Anxiety and Depression

Stress

Summary Stress is a person’s physical and emotional response to change. Although most people tend to think of all stress as bad, it can be either positive or negative. An example of positive stress is having a new baby. The death of a loved one is an example of negative stress. Stress can also be […]

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Medications and Suicide Risk

Introduction: In the sphere of mental health, the discourse surrounding medications and their potential connection to suicide risk has become increasingly relevant. This article seeks to offer a thorough exploration of this intricate topic, shedding light on the complexities and considerations associated with medications and their potential link to suicide risk. Understanding the Landscape: Prescribed

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Unlocking the Hidden Desires Behind YouTube Addiction

Introduction In the ever-evolving digital landscape, the modern family is faced with an unprecedented challenge: YouTube addiction. As a renowned psychologist focused on cognitive development, I find myself concerned about the impact of this addiction on our mental well-being. Drawing from my extensive research and observations, I aim to help you explore the hidden desires behind this

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Ways Your Loved Ones May Be Hiding Their Depression

Introduction Many people suffering from depression do so in silence. In light of the recent deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, we’ve once again kicked off a widespread discussion about suicide and mental illness—and how insidious some conditions, depression specifically, can be. According to a 2012 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only

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A Psychologist’s Advice for Coping the First Time You Lose a Family Member

Introduction It’s estimated that in the time it took you to read this sentence, four people died (about two people per second). With death, it’s a matter of when and how, not if, it will come. However, despite its inevitability, it remains one of life’s harshest realities. No matter how distant it might feel during

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Is your child suffering from screen addiction: digital separation anxiety?

Introduction You don’t have to go very far to find a kid or teen with their face buried in a cell phone or tablet. Experts are warning parents the abundance of screens in today’s society is harming the physical and emotional wellbeing of the children using these devices the most. There’s even a term for it:

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