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  • Spring Cleaning: How to Declutter your Home and your Brain (3/15/2019) -   Knowing how to take care of your mental health is important for all of us, particularly as mental illnesses can develop without us realizing. One of the most challenging aspects of modern-day life are the stresses we regularly face which we all deal with differently. Some people are very capable of coping with a […]
  • How to Handle Drug Addiction with a Spouse (3/7/2019) -   Drug addiction is an illness that not only affects the sufferer, but also those close to them. It can be enormously difficult for others to understand that someone with addiction no longer chooses to behave the way they do. What a loved one or partner sees as being a deliberate act of selfishness is […]
  • Recognizing Early Addiction Signs in Teens (2/21/2019) -   Teenage drug abuse is becoming a significant problem in America, making it important to know the warning signs. Because an adolescent brain is still developing, there is a higher risk of a teenager becoming addicted to substance than there is for an adult. There is also a very real chance of creating significant problems […]
  • Happy Mental Health Tips this Valentine’s Day (2/11/2019) -   When a person is struggling with mental health issues, holidays like Valentine’s Day can trigger their condition to deepen. This is hardly surprising when you consider the level of media attention cast on the day which serves to “guilt” people into making romantic gestures to their partners. People who are alone or experiencing relationship […]
  • Take a Step into Mental Health Treatment in 2019 (1/18/2019) -   There are hundreds of thousands of Americans suffering with mental health issues including addiction and not all of them receive the treatment they need. The beginning of the year often marks a time for change in a person’s life and for some that means seeking professional treatment for mental illness. However, before an individual […]



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