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Signs You May Suffer From Summer S.A.D.

  Summertime blues By Anne Krueger Isn’t so true?  It’s summertime, and the livin’ is easy. At least that’s what you’ve been led to believe based on songs and film—and your friends’ Facebook pages. But for some, summer isn’t quite the fun foodie fest it’s cracked up to be.  Or can it be.  Take a […]

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  It is proven that men who do not exercise definitely have an increase in high blood pressure, weight gain, depression, and generalized risk of overall poor physical and mental health. Getting regular exercise may boost more than just your endorphin levels. A new study, published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings earlier this month, […]

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There seems to be a new trend now, whereas everyone seems to be opening up about depression and Mental Health.  I do think it is wonderful and healthy for women and especially for men who are now coming forward in droves to talk about themselves and their depression to their peers,Therapists and Psychologists. This is […]

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Amazingly, helping those in need by a crisis text line Texting has become So important in helping the young! We now understand the importance of Texting! We support it totally! by Nancy Lublin   How data from a crisis text line is saving lives When a young woman texted DoSomething.org with a heartbreaking cry for […]

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My sister's letter...... I am a pathological liar. I lie to everyone around me. I say I have friends, that I am busy, happy, nice, smart. The person I lie to the most is me. I tell myself that I'm worth something and that I prefer not to have anyone who likes me. Everyone leaves […]

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This is mental health awareness month.    05/09/2013 Which means, in my experience, that it is still, to some extent at least, alcohol awareness month. Many people who suffer with undiagnosed depression or anxiety reach for alcohol or drugs to calm their nerves or relieve them of emotional pain. In other words, they self-medicate. Rather […]

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        There is great emphasis on how to get into shape for both mind and body.     By  Nancy Hastings HILLSDALE — Feb. 11, 2013 11:19 am While some believe health solely depends on the way you treat your body, taking care of your mind plays a big part, too. Experts say when […]

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Deborah Brauser Jan 08, 2013 Research showing evidence of definitive links between diet and development of depression is "lacking" — showcasing the urgent need for large, longitudinal studies with improved methodology, experts suggest. Researchers note that future research into this association should follow the models used to investigate the link between diet and cardiovascular risk. Dr. Almudena […]

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  Outpatient involuntary treatment needs to be considered. Published on December 17, 2012 by Dr. Nassir Ghaemi in Mood Swings A mentally ill young male kills innocents. He had struggled with – fill in the blank mental illness (autism, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia) – and did not receive treatment, or did not agree to treatment, […]

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  New evidence that men are more likely to cooperate in difficult circumstances By Emma Seppala  | Tuesday, November 6, 2012 |       When things go wrong, we band together.     Ever feel that stress makes you more cranky, hot-headed or irritable? For men in particular, we think of stress as generating testosterone-fueled […]

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