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26. September 2014 02:55
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eating disorder a repercussionof poor mental health

Eating Disorder: A Repercussion of Poor Mental Health

26. September 2014 02:55 by Theravive | Comments

eating disorder a repercussionof poor mental health
Food provides us nutrition and satiates our hunger. As the primary energy source, the very act of consuming our food enables us to function and go about our daily regimen. The human body is no short of a marvel when it comes to converting the food we eat into the energy that we essentially require to survive.Metabolism is the process the human body has devised to break food into chemical compounds that extract the necessary nutrients that serve as the energy source the body harnesses to perform its various functions. [More]

25. September 2014 02:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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reducing stressin your daily life

Reducing Stress in Your Daily Life

25. September 2014 02:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

reducing stressin your daily life
You probably know how it starts - everything starts to pile up all around you and you aren't exactly sure how to deal with it. You may feel like you have no control over certain areas of your life, or you may have countless deadlines that are accumulating and making it difficult for you to move forward with anything that you have to get done.
You probably know how it starts - everything starts to pile up all around you and you aren't exactly sure how to deal with it. You may feel like you have no control over certain areas of your life, or you may have countless deadlines that are accumulating and making it difficult for you to move forward with anything that you have to get done. [More]

24. September 2014 02:55
by Cathy England, MA
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howto builda great support system

How to Build a Great Support System

24. September 2014 02:55 by Cathy England, MA | Comments

howto builda great support system
Very often when you are faced with dealing with any type of mental health issue or severe stress, it can be easy to isolate yourself and try to handle things on your own. However, one of the best coping strategies is to build a multi-faceted support system that you can access whenever you may need it. Some of this support can come from social relationships, family, professional resources, or support groups. [More]

23. September 2014 05:55
by David Porter, MA
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the impactof sleep deprivationon work safetyand productivity

The Impact of Sleep Deprivation on Work Safety and Productivity

23. September 2014 05:55 by David Porter, MA | Comments

the impactof sleep deprivationon work safetyand productivity
Sleep can be a low priority in our fast-paced society. Are you feeling the pressure to be constantly busy in order to succeed? While it may not seem like a major detriment, here are several reasons why sleep deprivation can be quite costly.
Sleep can be a low priority in our fast-paced society. Are you feeling the pressure to be constantly busy in order to succeed? While it may not seem like a major detriment, here are several reasons why sleep deprivation can be quite costly. [More]

23. September 2014 02:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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a brief lookat bipolar disorder

A Brief Look at Bipolar Disorder

23. September 2014 02:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

a brief lookat bipolar disorder
There are a lot of disorders out there that people deal with every single day. Because of that, it's important to understand how they are diagnosed, how they work, and what they are. More and more information comes out about these disorders all the time, and because of this, it's important to stay abreast of the issues and get informed about them. October 10th is National Bipolar Awareness Day, and because of that, we're going to take a closer look at what bipolar disorder is, how it affects someone, and how people cope with the disorder during their everyday lives. [More]

22. September 2014 02:55
by Lisa La Rose, M.A., L.P.C.
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recoveryfrom mental healthand substance use disorders

Recovery from Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

22. September 2014 02:55 by Lisa La Rose, M.A., L.P.C. | Comments

recoveryfrom mental healthand substance use disorders
Individuals can overcome their individual challenges and barriers and achieve recovery. They must be able to choose their own path, and decide how and when they will access resources, including treatment services. These personal stories about achieving and living in recovery are powerful reminders of what is possible for those living with mental illness and substance use disorders.
Individuals can overcome their individual challenges and barriers and achieve recovery. They must be able to choose their own path, and decide how and when they will access resources, including treatment services. These personal stories about achieving and living in recovery are powerful reminders of what is possible for those living with mental illness and substance use disorders. [More]

19. September 2014 02:55
by Theravive
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Life After a Brain Injury

19. September 2014 02:55 by Theravive | Comments

life aftera brain injury
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a severe intracranial injury caused by a violent blow to the skull. During TBI the brain is impacted by severe force, damaging the active brain cells and tearing delicate brain nerves, thus increasing the risk of internal bleeding in the brain. TBI is generally caused due to head-on collisions, skull fracture, etc. However, the intensity and aftermath of brain injury depend on which part of the brain is injured. [More]

18. September 2014 02:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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copingwith social anxietyinthe workplace

Coping with Social Anxiety in the Workplace

18. September 2014 02:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

copingwith social anxietyinthe workplace
Social anxiety (also known as social phobia) is a disorder that causes people to constantly be worried about what others think of them, and it also causes them issues when placed in social or public situations. There are a lot of symptoms related to social anxiety disorder.
Social anxiety (also known as social phobia) is a disorder that causes people to constantly be worried about what others think of them, and it also causes them issues when placed in social or public situations. There are a lot of symptoms related to social anxiety disorder. [More]

17. September 2014 02:55
by Cathy England, MA
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managing motivation when dealingwith depression

Managing Motivation When Dealing with Depression

17. September 2014 02:55 by Cathy England, MA | Comments

managing motivation when dealingwith depression
Having a bout of depression in whatever form that takes, can take a toll on a person’s level of motivation. Sometimes it is not even a lack of motivation, the individual may want very much to get things accomplished, to mark things off of a list, or to meet a deadline. However, depression often makes even the smallest task or responsibility seem impossible.
Having a bout of depression in whatever form that takes, can take a toll on a person’s level of motivation. Sometimes it is not even a lack of motivation, the individual may want very much to get things accomplished, to mark things off of a list, or to meet a deadline. However, depression often makes even the smallest task or responsibility seem impossible. [More]

16. September 2014 05:55
by David Porter, MA
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narcissistic personality disorder

Narcissistic Personality Disorder: If everyone has it, is it still a disorder?

16. September 2014 05:55 by David Porter, MA | Comments

narcissistic personality disorder
Loving oneself is essential to being a mature, well-adjusted adult. However, taken to the extreme, it can become narcissistic and be harmful to others. What are the features of narcissism and how do we avoid it in our self-promoting society?
Loving oneself is essential to being a mature, well-adjusted adult. However, taken to the extreme, it can become narcissistic and be harmful to others. What are the features of narcissism and how do we avoid it in our self-promoting society? [More]
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