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Suicide Prevention: The Essential Role Played By Health Care Providers

Suicide prevention is possible. Additionally, studies show that health care providers can have a much greater influence on preventing suicide than what is typically understood or assumed. In fact, according to a study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, almost half (45%) of individuals who die by suicide have visited a primary care provider […] Read more…

Stop Negative Thinking in Seconds. Here are 10 Ideas.

It can be quite easy to get sucked into patterns of negative thinking. And, while we all know that negative thinking leads us down the wrong road, sometimes it is not so easy to stop it. This article will give you 10 quick and simple ways to start this important shift away from the negative […] Read more…

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4 Tips for Beating Holiday Stress

The holidays are often synonymous with stress, making them more difficult to enjoy. For some, family causes the added stress and, for others, the season itself is to blame. Whether you’re in the first category, the last, or another, you don’t have to suffer through the holidays with added stress. Here are 4 tips to […] Read more…

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10 Tips to Surviving the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us and so is the stress of planning and preparing. It’s common for people to feel anxious, stressed, and even depressed this time of year. These feelings are often compounded if you dealt with a hardship earlier in the year, such as a death or divorce. Keep these 10 tips in […] Read more…

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Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and Mental Health

About one in ten Americans experiences infertility and it’s becoming more common, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). When faced with infertility, both men and women tend to blame themselves, but it’s important to remember that infertility isn’t a sign that you’re not meant to have children. After hearing your diagnosis, you’re […] Read more…

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Panic Disorder and Treatment

Panic disorder affects roughly six million people in the United States and it has an extremely high comorbidity rate with major depression. And, like many other mental illnesses, panic disorder affects more women than men. What is Panic Disorder? It is a sudden and repeated attacks of fear that last for several minutes are longer. This […] Read more…

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Anxiety Disorders: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment Options

It is a common thing to have moments of anxiety in your daily life – a missed deadline at work, unpaid bills, a meeting with your boss. However, what is not common is to have these moments of anxiety turn into daily battles that limit your ability to perform your usual tasks. While there are […] Read more…

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