Challenging the Stigma of Counselors with Mental Illness

My small Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practicum class gets out twelve minutes early. I strain to catch the eye of my classmate and...

ADHD is Real (Like All Mental Disorders Are)

I recently came across the unintentionally funny op-ed piece by John Rosemond, a family psychologist known for his controversial views on attention deficit...

Your Attitude Determines 90% of Your Destiny

We all know “Attitude defines Altitude”. When you are down, look at all the successful people, they have all somehow faced their lows...

Using Emojis to Assess Cancer Patients’ Quality of Life

New research suggests using emojis instead of traditional emotional scales can help providers better assess a patients’ physical, emotional and overall quality of...

Wife’s Choice of Surname Impacts Perception of Power in Marriage

Over the last half-century, American women have increasingly chosen to keep their maiden names. A new study suggests a wife’s choice of surnames may...

US Alzheimer’s Population Could More Than Double by 2060

The American population is aging and with it comes a growing number of people with Alzheimer’s disease. A new study finds that about...

Retirement May Help Improve Sleep

New research suggests a silver lining to aging; investigators discovered retirement from work life is associated with longer sleep.The quality of sleep also...

Overcoming Failure Mentality: Why Small Steps Are the Key to Lifestyle Change

The desire to improve ourselves and become happier in our lives is something the majority of us experience. We’re always promising ourselves that...

It's Better to Be Nobody Than Somebody

Most of us desire to fit in, but if we’re good at what we do, we want to stand out. The quest for...

How to Detect Crap Talk

When was the last time you told a lie? Whether we like to admit it or not, we all engage in day-to-day deception....

What Secrets Are You Keeping Hidden?

We are all burdened by dark secrets that we keep hidden deep within our minds. We try to push them down into our...

Watch This And See If You Still Want To Judge A Book By Its...

Many experiences in one’s life can change one’s perspective; some leave a stronger impact than others, whilst some can completely change the path...

Don't Be Satisfied With What You Have, Break Free!

A lоt оf реорlе believe thаt they have jоurnеуеd as fаr as they саn роѕѕіblу gо. Thе truth is that you саn continue...

6 Gifts of Borderline Personality Disorder

I was twenty-four-years-old on my way to a residential treatment center in Chicago for an eating disorder when I got what I thought...

The Critical Role Nutrition Plays in Mental Health

One of the most unrecognized factors in the development of mental health is the role of nutrition. The link between diet and mental...

Are You Working Now To Create A Happiness For Your Future?

Onе оf thе mоѕt іntеrеѕtіng books I’ve rеаd in thе lаѕt соuрlе оf mоnthѕ is Dаnіеl Gіlbеrt’ѕ Stumbling on Hарріnеѕѕ. Gіlbеrt’ѕ рrеmіѕе is...

7 Ways to Find Happiness After Depression

Feeling sad can actually be a good sign.Depression is a clinical term used to label a group of behaviors and internal experiences associated...

Report Highlights Complexities of Diagnosing Mental Disorders

In a new report published in the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest, a team of scientists delve into the complexities of...

In Schizophrenia, Greater Cognitive Insight May Aid Daily Functioning

For patients with schizophrenia, having the ability to self-reflect and adjust beliefs may help mitigate many of the cognitive challenges associated with the...

Mouse Study: Canola Oil Linked to Weight Gain, Memory Decline in Alzheimer’s

Consumption of canola oil is linked to weight gain and declines in memory and learning ability in mice that model Alzheimer’s disease, according...

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