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10 Famous People With Bipolar Disorder

Because March 30 is recognized as World Bipolar Day, it’s an ideal time to learn about famous people with bipolar disorder so others know they are not alone in experiencing this mental health condition. Bipolar Disorder is a psychiatric condition that causes severe shifts in behavior, thought patterns, sleep, energy and overall mood. Individuals with […]




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5 Tips For Adolescents Struggling With Mental Health

New research has shown what many people have suggested for quite some time now – teens, young adults, and adolescents are struggling with mental health issues. Researchers at Johns Hopkins department of mental health analyzed a study from 2005 to 2018 of more than 200,000 teens and found that approximately 20 percent had received mental […]




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9 Movies About Eating Disorders

With National Eating Disorders Awareness Week during the month of February, it’s important to highlight just how common they are in society. In fact, Hollywood has produced a number of movies about eating disorders that can be rented or streamed online at places like Netflix or YouTube. Contrary to the harmful stereotypes that exist about […]




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9 Movies About Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Movies about Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) might seem like an odd topic for a film to some people, but for those who live with the condition, these BPD movies show them they are not alone. The stigma associated with poor mental health in the United States and other societies around the world, is all too […]




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7 Famous People and Celebrities With PTSD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can impact almost anyone, so it’s no surprise to find out there are quite a few famous people and celebrities with PTSD who have also struggled with this mental health condition. When reactions to stressful events do not improve over time, fear, anxiety and other painful symptoms can make daily life extremely […]




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Virtual IOP Program Online From Home For Addiction & Mental Health

Our new Virtual IOP Program Online is the safest and most convenient way for anyone to receive the benefits of outpatient treatment for addiction and mental health issues from the comfort of your own home. It also solves the problem for people searching for IOP Program Near Me because it is available from anywhere. Note: […]




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Traumatic Brain Injury – TBI and Substance Abuse Addiction

Alcohol and concussions can be a dangerous mix, and the same holds true for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and substance abuse. In a split second, a terrible accident that leads to traumatic brain injury can change the course of a person’s life forever. It is one of the starker realities of our physical vulnerability […]




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Project Semicolon Promotes Suicide Prevention & Mental Health Awareness

Project Semicolon is a nonprofit dedicated to the prevention of suicide. Founded in 2013, the organization has helped millions of people and believes suicide is generally preventable and is the collective responsibility of each and every person on the planet. Suicide, tragically, is all too common. Not only is it a sign that someone’s suffering […]




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Serotonin Syndrome From Mixing Prescriptions Could Be Fatal

With the popularity and necessity of so many antidepressant medications available on the market today, it’s important for people taking them to understand the potential dangers of serotonin syndrome. Most adults in the United States, especially those that struggle with insomnia from time to time, are familiar with the word “serotonin.” The term conjures up […]




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Unipolar Depression vs. Bipolar Depression

Mood disorders, such as Unipolar Depression and Bipolar Depression, are the most common cause of hospitalization in the United States for people under the age of 45 (besides pregnancy and birth), according to the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI). Make no mistake, the struggle is very real. Depression is a serious disease caused by […]




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