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girl listening to music therapy
No matter what type of music you usually enjoy, one thing is certain: to be healthier, you need to listen to more of it! Research indicates that music improves our mood in numerous ways, so if you have access to...
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pretty Latinx mom sitting on couch at home with her preteen or young teenage daughter, while they look at a laptop together and talk casually - teens and mental health
Teens & Mental Health All teens go through rapid physical development, experience a rollercoaster of emotions, and explore various perspectives. So now is the best time to talk to your teen about being aware of their mental and emotional health...
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digital illustration showing side profile of a woman's face with little comment bubbles all around her head that have different emoticons in them like a sad face, heart, question mark, etc., against a blue background - Borderline Personality Disorder
Understanding the symptoms of borderline personality disorder, also known as BPD, can make all the difference in how you or a loved one can manage the condition and live a rich, full life. Here are some things you should know,...
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pretty young woman sitting cross-legged at home - meditation practice
Holistic practices are wonderful for balancing daily life. One method in particular, meditation, consistently performs well in various scientific studies—and in most instances, it’s free. So how does a meditation practice help your mood? What the Science Says Meditation has...
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cropped shot of two people holding large wooden jigsaw puzzle pieces across the table from each other - treatment facility
It’s never easy to commit to leaving daily life behind to enter an inpatient treatment facility. Whether you need professional care for mental or emotional health issues, addiction, process addictions, complicated grief, or other trauma, you have to trust total...
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man in the dark looking at his smart phone - social media
In many respects, social media can be an effective point of meaningful connection for many people—such as Cottonwood’s Instagram and Facebook pages, for example. But some experts believe it might do more harm than good. Which is right? Depending on...
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dark kitchen where woman is opening the fridge - Night-Eating Syndrome
Although you might be familiar with eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia, night-eating syndrome, or NES, is more along the lines of binge eating. However, it’s still a different disorder altogether, and anyone who suffers from it requires...
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digital illustration depicting The Four Noble Truths - Refuge Recovery
Peer recovery support groups are reliable resources for people to maintain their sober living choices. However, different groups uphold different beliefs about and paths to sobriety. If you recognize the value of group interaction, it’s simply a matter of finding...
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black and white image of Amy Speace, taken by Neilson Hubbard
“It’s only my experience, but all the therapy I did before I got sober was me telling myself and the therapist lies, whether blatant or subconscious,” folk/Americana singer-songwriter Amy Speace tells Cottonwood Tucson. “How could I really dig into trauma...
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