Depression Is Not Just A Feeling

Being depressed is not just feeling sad, unhappy, empty, or fed up. Every human being experiences these feelings, but with depression, it can last for weeks or months. It is not being weak or a state of mind that can be willed or wished away. This is a real disease with real symptoms, thus, it…

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Things You Should Never Say About Children With ADHD

Source: pixabay.com Do you have someone in the family who is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? If you do, then you might have already experienced people’s judgments and comments about the condition and how negatively they think about its impact on our life. It is a painful truth that a lot has been said…

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Can Someone Really Have Multiple Personalities?

Source: pixabay.com When your spouse, child, or other loved one seems to be having multiple personalities, it is only natural to feel anxious and scared. Is split personality disorder really true? Years of research and studies suggest that it is real, and currently, it has been reclassified as dissociative identity disorder. Family members and significant…

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Me And My Obsessive-Compulsive Husband

Source: pixabay.com Charles and I have been together for ten years now, and I would say that our life hasn’t been all highs – but whose life is perfect, right? My husband has obsessive-compulsive disorder, although I didn’t know this until we got married. We have a son who luckily doesn’t have one, but both…

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When Kids Are More Than Just Sad

Most often, we already know the usual reactions of our children when they are excited about something, or when they are reprimanded for what they did, or when they don’t get what they want. We know their faces when they’re sad or irritated or hurt. However, despite how much you know your child, you must…

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How To Manage Mixed Emotions

There are times in your life when you begin to have mixed emotions about everything you do or the person you are always together with. The sad part about this is that you can become vulnerable the moment you become unsure of what you are feeling. According to a therapist, mixed feelings can be dangerous…

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A Guide To Dating With A Bipolar Boyfriend

One of the best parts about having a boyfriend whom you love deeply is getting an opportunity to feel loved in return. It feels good to be with someone whom you can share all your secrets and do all the things that you enjoy. Unfortunately, several factors can affect a relationship. This is the reason…

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Why Even Children Are Prone To Getting Depression Now

Depression is one of the most common mental disorders that people used to take as a joke in the past. If someone admits to having this illness, a tactless person may say, “Not true. You’re just sad – it will pass.” You may also hear accusations from others about lying to gain sympathy from everyone.…

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Types and Management of Schizophrenia

When Eugene Bleuler introduced the term schizophrenia, it created confusion in the mainstream academic community if the “split mind” concept would also mean “split personalities.” Schizophrenia does not intend to mean splitting of personalities like in the Dissociative Identity Disorder. Split mind explains the distortion of cognitive processes due to an imbalance of neurotransmitters in…

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