Most people's conception and opinion of mental health and "therapy" happen in the theoretical plane. People with mental health conditions like depression and anxiety will see their peers get success from one type of therapy or another and either decide to try it themselves or not. A lot of people who decide not to seek ... Read More
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Prolonged Trauma and C-PTSD: What You Need to Know
Updated January 18, 2023 PTSD and its symptoms describe what many individuals go through when they have faced a singular or temporary trauma, such as a car accident or assault—but some people face a more specific form of PTSD, which is called "Complex PTSD," or "C-PTSD" for short. Read on to discover the unique ... Read More
Pete Davidson Opens Up About Mental Illness
Since making his first appearance on screen in the MTV comedy "Failosophy" in 2013, Pete Davidson has become one of the best-known names in comedy, appearing in numerous shows and several movies. His most prominent movie role came in the film "King of Staten Island," which he co-wrote with Judd Apatow (based on his ... Read More
Experiencing Mood Swings? They Could Be This.
For some people, experiencing mood swings is just part of daily life. While you may be managing these rapid mood changes, it's important to identify the root cause so you can improve your overall quality of life. Learn about the signs of mood swings and some common underlying causes you may be unaware of. Once you ... Read More
How to Get Help for Someone Who Is Depressed
Depression is incredibly common in the United States. Over the course of a year, almost seven percent of the adult population experiences at least one major depressive episode. Further, almost a third of those with depression are also suffering from an anxiety disorder. However, for those living with negative ... Read More
The Dangers of Combining Antipsychotics and Alcohol
Due to the prevalence of alcohol in American society—86 percent of American adults drink alcohol to some extent—many people feel safe mixing alcohol with just about any substance under the sun. This can mean allergy medication, OTC anti-inflammatories, antidepressants, anti-anxiety pills, and, yes, antipsychotics. ... Read More
Can I Get High By Overdosing on Zoloft?
For anyone struggling with depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) or panic attacks, Zoloft is a common choice for doctors to prescribe. While it can be an excellent option for individuals seeking to manage their mental health and enjoy a better quality of life, abusing Zoloft can result in dangerous side ... Read More
How Fears of Abandonment May Mask Borderline Personality Disorder
If you or someone you love deals with borderline personality disorder (BPD), you already know it's a complex disorder that brings forth many challenges. When borderline personality disorder ends a relationship, a fear of abandonment may influence the decision or affect the individual's mental health after the fact. To ... Read More