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Deflection: A Defensive Tactic

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

Deflection is attempting to draw attention away from oneself and put that attention onto another person. All ages may engage in deflection. Children try to deflect blame when they are in trouble for negative actions by… Read More

 

Being Bullied as A Child May Foster a Greater Risk of Depression

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Some children experiencing bullying may have a higher risk of developing depression, The University of Bristol reported. This relationship is due to a combination of environmental and genetic factors.  The Research Shows the Relationship Between Bullying… Read More

 

7 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Postpartum Depression

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Postpartum depression is an episode of major depression triggered by childbirth. While about 80 percent of women will have some symptoms such as depressed mood or increased irritability following childbirth, these “baby blues” typically don’t last… Read More

 

How Being on Jury Duty Can Be Traumatizing For Survivors

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

Anyone who is registered to vote or has a driver’s license can get called to jury duty where you go to court and help make the decision about whether the one on trial is guilty or… Read More

 

How an All-Nighter Can Mess with Your Physical and Mental Health

Monday, January 13th, 2020

We have all pulled all-nighters when we have a deadline to meet for work or school. Pulling too many of them, on the other hand, can lead to sleep deprivation. By giving yourself time to sleep… Read More

 

Relationship Issues to Overcome Based on Myer-Briggs Personality Type

Thursday, January 9th, 2020

The Myer-Briggs Personality test determines your personality type and how you perceive the world as well as what career you could have. This test can also determine relationship hurdles that every personality type faces. While you… Read More

 

Period-Induced Anxiety

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

You may wonder why it is that having your period could bring about anxiety. If you are having your period every month, it means that you are experiencing anxiety every month whether it is all the… Read More

 

Airport Anxiety

Thursday, November 21st, 2019

There are many people who are afraid of getting on airplanes, but what about airports? The airport can be a very anxious place in that you are waiting for a plane to come and hoping that… Read More

 

Harvard’s Theory of Anxiety Management

Saturday, November 16th, 2019

When people are experiencing anxiety, the go-to thing that many people may have said to you is to calm down. They may think they are helping you, but they could actually be making it worse for… Read More

 

How To Tell You Have Been Ignoring Your Mental Illness Symptoms

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

We unfortunately live in a world where people tell you to tough it out when you are feeling shaky, overwhelmed, or depressed. It may seem like asking for help is a sign of weakness or you… Read More

 

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