Signs of Mental Illness in Children

Signs of Mental Illness in Children

Most parents have the best interests of their children at heart. If fever spikes or an unexplained rash appears, you rush to the pediatrics’ office. Visible wounds are relatively easy to notice, but it’s different for mental illnesses. About one in five...
8 Little-Known Signs of Postpartum Depression

8 Little-Known Signs of Postpartum Depression

Having a baby is a hard enough of an experience for most women. No wonder it is called ‘labor’. There is more ignorance around the period after birth than the birth itself because the hormonal, physiological, and psychological shifts that occur after birth...
What to do When Your Therapist Isn’t Helping You

What to do When Your Therapist Isn’t Helping You

Many people who struggle with mental health issues may seek professional support and treatment. For some, seeing a professional is the last resort, and when therapy doesn’t work or have the outcome patients yearn to see, it can truly be disheartening and demoralizing....
Tips to Help Victims of Domestic Violence

Tips to Help Victims of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence remains a serious problem in our country. It’s been estimated that one-fifth of all women and one-seventh of all men have been in an abusive relationship at some point in their lives. With these statistics, it’s safe to say that you...
The Connection Between Mental and Physical Health

The Connection Between Mental and Physical Health

Even today, we pay very little attention to our mental health status. Unless a severe mental illness or defect is observed, we let feelings of anxiety, depression, or heightened stress go untreated. Recent research indicates that may be a mistake, as scientists...