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22
Feb

What Do We Need to Know About ADHD?

What Do We Need to Know About ADHD? Maybe you have noticed your child being fidgety and displaying much more energy than other children. The reason for all of these behaviors is because of a mental disorder called ADHD. To ensure a proper diagnosis will better help your child in school as well as in...
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22
Feb

Eating Disorders and ADHD

Eating Disorders and ADHD Anorexia nervosa is a mental health disorder when you do not eat anything which can lead to an unhealthy weight with a constant fear of gaining even a little weight. Bulimia nervosa is when you eat a large amount of food only to get rid of it all out of shame...
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21
Feb

What Are the Consequences of Adderall Addiction?

What are the Consequences of Adderall Addiction? We all know that Adderall is used to treat ADHD. What you may not know is that Adderall medication can be abused just like any other medication. Knowing the risks that come from taking too many doses of Adderall should further convince you to seek treatment. What is...
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21
Feb

Overcoming Your Fear of Failure

Overcoming Your Fear of Failure Many people are too afraid of failing that they do not bother trying. This fear can cause someone to have panic attacks where they have trouble breathing, a lot of sweating, shaking, increased heart rate, and feeling light-headed. It is important to understand that we all do not get everything...
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20
Feb

What Should I Know About Bath Salts?

What Should I Know About Bath Salts? Bath salts may sound like a substance you put in your bathtub but do not let the name mislead you. Bath salts are a powerful drug that can bring the same toxic results as MDMA or amphetamines. As soon as you develop an addiction, it is important you...
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20
Feb

Six Types of Emotional Abuse Towards Children

Six Types Of Emotional Abuse Towards Children Children who experience emotional abuse are prone to developing mental and emotional issues later in life. Emotional abuse leaves deep wounds, as physical abuse does, breaking a child’s spirit. Varying forms of emotional abuse can have different effects on a child short term and long term. Rejecting: When...
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PTSD - spelled out in 3-d letters
20
Feb

Five Types of PTSD

Five Types of PTSD Many people will experience trauma in their lives. Out of those many people, most will develop some sort of symptom of having experienced trauma. Few will fully develop a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is a complex mental illness that can cause thoughts of suicide, depression, anxiety, and many more...
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19
Feb

What Should I Know About Dating?

What Should I Know About Dating? Going on a date can be a sign of growing up in that you are willing to get to know someone one-on-one. It can scary getting to know someone for the first time and not knowing what to expect. As long as you are confident in yourself and you...
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drug abuse written on chalkboard
17
Feb

Why Do Kids Use Drugs?

Why Do Kids Use Drugs? Kids are just as influenced by drugs as adults. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, as of 2014, 5% of American adolescents have abused drugs which is 1.3 million teens. It is important to figure out what causes kids to abuse drugs in order to think...
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16
Feb

What Kind of Medication is Acamprosate?

What Kind of Medication is Acamprosate? Having alcohol addiction is like the brain is telling constantly that you need alcohol the way that you need air in order to live. You want to ignore this voice but your body is telling you to keep drinking. While it is still important to go into treatment for...
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