Covid-19 Positive: The Mental Health Torture Of Being Alone

Ever since this pandemic started, many people experienced all sorts of problems. The common one is the financial strain because of limited resources. They complain about losing their jobs. The situation hinders them from providing for their needs as well as their families. Then there is the boredom and inactivity. Since the health protocol requires…

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How To Help Family Members With Their Mental Health Issues

One of the reasons why most family members do not try and open up their feelings is due to the fear of getting an unwanted response. It is where they build a negative idea of people’s unexpected reactions. Yes, family members understand the frustration of having a mental illness. But unfortunately, there is nothing much…

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Working With Adults With Developmental Disabilities

During these difficult times, people with physical and intellectual disabilities are among the most heavily affected groups. Even before the pandemic, they already experience several forms of barriers that disallow them to participate in society fully. As citizens, how can we make sure that we don’t further exclude them in a post-COVID19 world? According to…

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Mental Health: Each Person Is Unique

The 2018 Mental Health Conference has given me hope. People are more considerate now of those who have mental health issues. And even if there is taboo, it is slowly diminishing. They do not call extremely depressed or anxious people as crazy or stupid. Right now, there is proper diagnosis and terms like clinically depressed…

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A Comprehensive Diet Plan For Children With ADHD Amid COVID-19

With the implementation of the lockdown left and right due to COVID-19, it’s pretty hard to stick with your usual diet. It might be because some shops are closed, stocks in the groceries are limited, or you don’t have the means to buy the ingredients due to unemployment. However, it might be more challenging for…

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If Your Child Has ADHD

The specialist I went to was said to have completed a continuing education program held at the 2017 ADHD Conference. I had to go to a specialist in mental health because of my son. He has ADHD or Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The term was new to my ears back then. I mean, in the seventies,…

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10 Tips In Dealing With A Spouse Who Has Bipolar Disorder

Marriage can be challenging enough as it is, but it can be more difficult if one of the spouses has bipolar disorder. While getting a diagnosis, appropriate treatment, and access to the right medications is now easier than ever, the day-to-day struggles of living with a bipolar person can push any relationship to the breaking…

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7 Tips For Supporting A Romantic Partner With Anxiety

Mental health issues can secretly destroy a person more than physical problems do. A lot of people experience these kinds of psychiatric conditions, yet it is invisible from their faces that are full of smiles and laughter. Helping a person overcome a psychological problem is essential in improving their mental health. As a significant other,…

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Ways To Prevent ADHD/ADD From The Womb

As the world boasts its technological advancements, people are dependent on hi-tech equipment and devices in dominating their daily lives, and health issues are slowly arising because of technology’s impacts. In particular, scientists assume that technology plays a critical role in the increasing cases of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)…

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How To Get Back With An Ex Who Has ASD

Getting back with an ex is a major life decision. Because of this, it is essential to think twice before you move back in with a former lover. Take note that there was a reason why the breakup took place in the relationship. Here are some of the issues or matters that you must take…

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