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28
Feb

Why Do I Need to Exercise?

Why Do I Need to Exercise? Exercise is everywhere around you whether you see your neighbor going for a run in your neighborhood, your siblings doing chores, a sports game at the park, or any other repetitive full body movements. Finding ways to bring exercise into your life will give you more energy throughout the...
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28
Feb

How to Help Someone with PTSD

How to Help Someone with PTSD It can be hard to understand what exactly someone with PTSD is going through unless you have gone through it yourself. It may be difficult to see your loved one being more intense and less affectionate. You will see your loved one being more angry, irritable, not being trusting,...
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colored blocks spelling out OCD
26
Feb

OCD and Bipolar Disorder

OCD and Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder is having intense moments of energy, activity, and mood whereas Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is having unwanted thoughts, ideas, or sensations. According to the Journal of Affective Disorders study, more than 20% who have bipolar disorder have signs of OCD. It is important to have both of these disorders treated...
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angry man yelling
16
Feb

Depression and Anger

Depression and Anger Depression is a mental illness that can cause someone not to enjoy the things they used to enjoy, suicidal thoughts, low levels of mood, and unexplained aches and pain. Another symptom, according to a study done in 1998 by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, is that two-thirds with depression have anger...
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stressed man in bedroom
12
Feb

What Does it Mean to Abuse Someone?

What Does it Mean to Abuse Someone? There are some people out there with so much rage in themselves that they will take out that anger on other people. The way people treat us stays with us throughout adulthood. If you feel like things are becoming uneasy in your mind and you feel scared all...
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woman alone on swing set
09
Feb

Survivor Guilt

Survivor Guilt It is natural for all of us to feel guilty about something whether it was something you regret doing or if someone makes you feel guilty for something that is not your fault. There is another kind of guilt called survivor guilt when you have survived a life-threatening event and you think it...
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bad breath spelled out - bad being erased with pencil
08
Feb

Why is Hookah Bad For Your Health?

Why is Hookah Bad For Your Health? Hookahs are water pipes for smoking made by tobacco. There are many flavors like chocolate, mint, cherry, apple, licorice, coconut, watermelon, and cappuccino. According to Action on Smoking and Health, in 2012 and 2013, 12% of adults use hookahs in the UK and 1% frequently use them. The...
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binge eating words on plaque
06
Feb

Binge Eating and Trauma

Binge Eating and Trauma Binge eating is having episodes of compulsive eating. According to WedMD, one in four people who binge eat have PTSD and 35% of women who have been raped or sexually assaulted have a binge eating disorder. Many with PTSD tend to engage in self-destructive behavior in order to focus on something...
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12 step program concept
05
Feb

Why Are 12 Step Programs Good for Recovery?

Why Are 12 Step Programs Good for Recovery? Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship for men and women who have drinking problems that was founded in 1935. There is no age or education requirement to join these fellowships and there are over two million members worldwide. Narcotics Anonymous was founded in 1953 to help those...
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heart trinket on wood
29
Dec

Love, Sex, and Codependence

Love, Sex, and Codependence There are differences between love, sex, and codependence.  Love is an emotional state of mind often difficult to describe yet many people experience this emotion.  Love can be felt toward people, animals, art, music, and a number of other experiences.  Sex is personal intimacy between two people for which a strong...
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