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The Love Languages in Marriage

Everyone expresses love in a different way
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Don't Let Paranoia Win

Here are three concrete ways to stop paranoia from "winning" in a contest between it and your mind.
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What Makes a Good Psychiatrist

Don't give up! You can find a psychiatrist that you click with.
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Do You Have a Psychiatrist or a Therapist or BOTH?

What works for you to treat your mental health issues?
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Bipolar Disorder Can Be Mistaken For Two Things

The symptoms of bipolar type II mirror other mental health conditions.
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Writing Through It

Seeing my feelings on paper illuminated something for me that I didn't know: what I was feeling.

Do People Change?

Do you think that people can change? I've thought about this a lot. Can we as human beings change who we are over time?
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When Talking to Strangers Works

Sometimes it's helpful to speak to impartial individuals to get the help that you need.

Numbness after Depression is Common

For me, it's common to feel a sense of emptiness after I experience a depressive episode.
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Why Am I Angry?

Here are some things that trigger my anger; maybe you can relate to them.
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Therapy is Expensive

There are affordable therapists out there, but they are extremely hard to find.
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Anonymous Chat Rooms Can Help People Open Up

There is a sense of freedom in an anonymous chat room.

Hush - A Poetic Journey About Mental Illness

Nicole Lyons writes beautiful words and is a phenomenal mental health advocate.
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Common Myths About Online Counseling Debunked

If you are considering online therapy, I encourage you to research the advantages of it.

Anxious People Are Actually Highly Intuitive

Anxiety and intuition are interconnected. Read more to find out how.


I started a hashtag on Twitter - #OverThinkersAnonymous.

Atypical Depression -#YouMightHaveDepressionIf

Here are some ways that depression impacts people that often go unacknowledged.

Sometimes I don't want to talk about my problems

For an over-analyzer like me, it's imperative that I have the tools to turn off that portion of my brain like a light switch.
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How Anxiety Impacts Relationships

Anxiety impacts my interpersonal relationships.
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Let's Talk about Domestic Violence

Domestic violence (DV) is a pattern of behaviors aimed at gaining control and power over another.
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Depression and Anxiety: Two Sides to a Coin

There are many ways to combat depression when you've run out of steam from anxiety, but the most important thing to remember is that you are NOT alone.

Proactive Ways to Deal with Depression

Living with clinical depression can feel exhausting. I know firsthand how hard depression hits people, and I can empathize with this feeling of exhaustion and hopelessness.
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The Silent Church Failed Me When I Was Suicidal

The stigma surrounding mental illness, especially in Christian communities, keeps people locked in prisons of shame, refusing to admit that they need help.

13 Reasons Why You Should Watch 13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why is a series that candidly discusses bullying, teen suicide, sexual assault, and illuminates what it's like to be a teenager in this technology-centric generation.

How to Help Your Depressed Friend

Depression is hard, but you can support a friend through it.

#WorkWithToday, A Real Mental Health Movement

#WorkWithToday is a reminder that all we can do is be in this moment. There is no tomorrow, there is no yesterday, there is only today and this minute.

I'm a Dietitian Who Lost 60 Lbs. In 6 Months

Losing 60 lbs started me on what will be a lifelong journey to becoming a stronger, more comprehensive, and more empathetic dietitian.

Win The War With Your Mind

Gabe Berman talks about winning the war with your mind. He believes that upon knowing what is real and true about the nature of reality and our minds, we can live fuller lives.

It Starts With You

This webinar will be perfect to help you understand that recovery is a process that is entirely possible and, with the right steps, support, and patience, recovery is inevitable. ​

#ADHDProbs- I Have ADHD and It Impacts My Relationships

Trust me when I tell you, I don't want to interrupt you. Believe me when I say I want to support you and hear your story.