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How to Help When Someone Is Contemplating Suicide

Friday, August 20th, 2021

Depression is a common mental illness that, in its most severe forms, can and often does lead to someone contemplating or even committing suicide. Those rates are climbing, making suicide one of the leading causes of… Read More


Finding a Good Career That You’ll Love

Thursday, October 29th, 2020

Working in a job you don’t enjoy can be both physically and mentally exhausting. After all, you spend a large portion of your life at work, thinking about work, and driving to and from work. If… Read More


Shame Resilience Theory: Coping With the Universal Feeling

Friday, October 23rd, 2020

At one point or another, you have probably experienced feelings of shame. For some, being swallowed by shame can be debilitating and damaging to their overall well-being. Without treatment, this can lead to severe negative impacts… Read More


Women May Perceive Their Drinking Habits as Socially Acceptable Even at High-Risk Levels, Yet Still Have to Deal with Societal Stigma

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Research finds that despite the possible health risks of exceeding the guidelines of drinking, many young and middle-aged women who consume high levels of alcohol perceive their drinking behaviors as normal or acceptable—as long as they… Read More


Women’s Multiple Roles Shifting with Society: The Multiple Sources of Stress and How to Cope Positively

Tuesday, June 9th, 2020

Women today occupy a multitude of roles such as mother, employee, wife, caregiver. All of these roles require different parts of oneself to succeed, and so stress accumulates and leads to more reduced quality of life… Read More


Genetics: An Association Between Childhood Problems and Mood Disorders in Adulthood

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020

Genetics is the study of inherited traits and hereditary, which is passed on from parents to their offspring. Research finds that genetics directly relate to social, emotional, and psychiatric problems in childhood, and may lead to… Read More


Why We Love to Be Scared

Monday, December 9th, 2019

Fear is an emotion that many people want to avoid. So, why do we want to experience fear when we watch horror movies and go on rollercoasters? There are people who want to experience the rush… Read More


How to Talk to Your Doctor When Prescribed an Opioid

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Your doctor may prescribe you opioids like hydrocodone, oxycodone, codeine, and morphine. When properly used, these medications can provide you with pain relief during the healing and recovery process, but addiction and tragic effects if abused…. Read More


The Advertisements for Cigarettes and Vaping

Friday, November 8th, 2019

We are constantly abusing our lungs with nicotine from cigarettes and e-cigarettes. Before Surgeon General Luther L. Terry declared that cigarettes can give you cancer back in 1964, cigarettes were advertised to help you fit in… Read More


Overthinking in Anxiety Disorders

Monday, September 30th, 2019

One of the most common symptoms of anxiety is having a tendency to overthink everything. We tend to think our way out of problems and out of danger. It is important to find ways to relax… Read More


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