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| November 1, 2018

Fight the Mental Health Stigma If you have a mental illness, you know that stigma is one of the most challenging aspects of living with that condition. Even though society has significantly progressed when it comes to mental health, there is still a widespread negative attitude towards these illnesses. Many people don’t see mental issues
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| August 22, 2018

Coping with Panic Attacks A panic attack is a sudden rush of physical symptoms, including shortness of breath, muscle spasms and nausea, along with uncontrollable anxiety and a sense of impending doom. People often visit the emergency room and call their doctors during a panic attack, only to receive test results that reveal nothing. If
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| July 6, 2018

How to a Help a Victim of Sexual Assault If a friend or family member tells you they’ve been sexually assaulted, there are a few practical things you need to consider so you can help them. Your loved one may or may not want to press charges. This is entirely their choice, so you should
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| May 13, 2018

Bipolar Disorder Treatment from Family Counseling Center in Salt Lake City Bipolar disorder affects as many as 5.7 million American adults, as well as many children. Often it can go undiagnosed and lead to problems like homelessness, addiction, and criminal behavior. But it doesn’t have to be this way because Family Counseling Center in Salt
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| May 8, 2018

What You Need to Know About Postpartum Depression Postpartum depression is a type of depression that women experience after giving birth. It can happen anytime during your new baby’s first year, but it’s most common to feel effects during the first three weeks after birth. Typically, postpartum depression will cause feelings of hopelessness and sadness.
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| March 30, 2018

Debunking Myths about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Originally referred to as “shell shock”, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was first brought to attention by war veterans. Soldiers often return home traumatized by the violence and destruction they witness during combat, but PTSD can result from a number of traumatic incidents. These include kidnapping, car accidents, witnessing the
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| February 16, 2018

Why Do Eating Disorders Happen? Eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia and binge eating, are complicated illnesses that can be devastating when left untreated. There are many misconceptions about what causes eating disorders. These issues are rarely actually about food or wanting to be thin. People who suffer from eating disorders use food and unhealthy behaviors
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