Category: Behavioral Health

Living With Chronic Anxiety and Fear

The events of 2020 have induced widespread increases in anxiety and fear among the general population, as many people worry about the Covid-19 health pandemic, its ensuing economic stressors and […]

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Trauma and Abuse Are Never Your Fault

Abuse can happen at any age and it comes in many forms, including emotional, verbal, physical and sexual abuse. Trauma is a psychological injury that can come from abuse, or […]

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Mental Health Tips to Boost Your Spirit

Many people experience seasons of doldrums and depression. During these times, even some simple acts can help your mental health. Whether you’re feeling down or simply want to feel a […]

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5 Stages of Grief and Loss

Grief and loss are both natural parts of life. When we lose a loved one, it is normal to feel sad. There are five separate stages of grief and loss. […]

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PTSD Doesn’t Just Happen to Combat Veterans

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is commonly associated with military service, and the condition is often traced back to World War I veterans who experienced “shell shock.” As knowledge of the […]

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Overcoming Loneliness and Grief After Loss

Grief is a normal emotion that people experience after a loss, but it is also a complex and isolating experience. No two people grieve in the same way, but there […]

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