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Allison Abrams, LCSW-R
Navigating the modern dating world can be challenging. Here are 10 ways to date smarter and improve your odds of finding love.
Navigating the world of dating today can have negative emotional and psychological effects on even the most confident daters.
Have we become a nation of loners, and if so, what can we do about it?
Sometimes walking away from a relationship that doesn't work can be one of the greatest gifts of self-compassion. So, should you go, or should you stay?
Separating children from their families without cause will have catastrophic psychological effects on children and on society.
Is depression primarily a function of nature or nurture? Experts weigh in.
As demonized as antidepressants have come to be by many, we must not forget the number of lives that those same medications have saved.
It takes a special brand of courage to rise above stereotypes and ignorance to ask for the help you need and deserve.
Can jealousy be a positive thing? What if it could actually improve your relationship and bring you and your partner closer together? Here's how psychologists say it can.
Here's why being clinically depressed requires no justification.
The key to self-acceptance is embracing both the light and the dark sides of ourselves. We can do this through self-compassion.
Artificial Intelligence will enhance mental health support for veterans through the first-ever meditation voice app launching this week in partnership with National Geographic.
New steps are being taken to change false, unrealistic body ideals portrayed in the media.
Care too much about what other people think of you? Why you need to stop now.
How partners can help one another change their attachment styles and deepen their relationship.
Parents and loved ones of those who have died by suicide share their personal stories. Learn some of the warning signs and how you can help.
Can racism and other forms of bigotry be categorized as mental illnesses?
Romantic relationships are bound to bring out our deepest insecurities which can lead to self-sabotaging behaviors. Here are some ways to avoid sabotaging a good relationship.
Access to mental health and substance abuse care is at risk.
The Senate health care bill could be disastrous for our country on multiple levels.
In a culture that rewards extroversion, where does that leave introverts?
Transforming mental health in America. We have a long way to go.
What not to say to someone with depression.
A recent study looks at how many times female Supreme Court justices are interrupted by their male counterparts.
6 ways to cope with the critics in your life.
Want more intimacy in your life? You may have to take some risks.
Think employee recognition doesn't matter? Think again.
Ever struggle with self-doubt? (Who hasn't?) Here are some ways to start conquering those demons and begin to embrace the lovable being that you are.
Do the attachment styles we develop in childhood inevitably shape our adult relationships? And if so, can they be changed?
Who you hate says a lot about you.
Allison Abrams, LCSW-R, is a licensed psychotherapist in NYC, as well as a writer and advocate for mental health awareness and destigmatization.