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Celebrities Who Have Suffered from Mental Illness

Celebrities Who Have Suffered from Mental Illness

Big homes, large bank accounts, expensive cars, and loads of fans, it appears celebrities have it all. However, fame doesn’t defend from mental health issues. Many of today’s biggest stars are sharing candid information about their struggles with mental health. Their...

Seven Ways To Cultivate Self-Acceptance

Seven Ways To Cultivate Self-Acceptance

Self-acceptance is tough. On a bad day, you criticize yourself on your behavior harshly, and that makes you feel miserable.  We all must be appreciative of who we are and how far we’ve come in life. But as typical human behavior, it’s easier for a negative thought to...

How to Reach Out for Depression?

How to Reach Out for Depression?

It is a common notion that depression is their illness, which cannot be talked about with others. This taboo has been broken in the last five years. We must know how important it is to talk about it with others because it is very much like cancer of your thoughts and...

11 Simple Ways to Fight Back Against Depression

11 Simple Ways to Fight Back Against Depression

What is Depression? Sadness, feeling down, and having a loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities are familiar feelings for all of us. But if they persist for and affect our lives substantially, the issue may be depression.   Prevalence of Depression The World...

Preventing Suicide in College Students

Preventing Suicide in College Students

In 2013, studies found that over 40% of college students experienced anxiety and over 35% experienced depression. A later study, conducted in 2018, found that 1 in 5 college students considered suicide as a way to escape their stressors. An estimated 1,000 students...

What Are the Signs of Early Onset Schizophrenia?

What Are the Signs of Early Onset Schizophrenia?

Schizophrenia most commonly presents itself in young adulthood. Men are most likely to begin exhibiting symptoms in their early 20s, while women are more likely to exhibit the first symptoms in their late 20s. Early onset schizophrenia refers to schizophrenia that...

Trauma Bonding: What Is It and Why Do We Do It?

Have you ever seen a friend in a relationship that was clearly toxic and unhealthy, and wonder why they chose to stay with that partner? It's often easier for people outside of a relationship to recognize the signs of an abusive relationship. Trauma bonding, which is...

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