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The holidays are the time in which people reconnect with friends and family, offering the perfect excuse to reconnect with people you may not have seen in a long time. While many people look forward to this time of year, it makes others feel disconnected and might exacerbate feelings of loneliness or isolation. If you know someone who is suffering from loneliness this time of year, reach out and help them through the holidays.
For many of us, feeling stressed out is so common that it feels like our natural state of being. Whether stress is an ever-present companion, or merely an occasional guest, the toll it takes on overall health and mental state is high. The best way to reduce stress, of course, is to eliminate its root causes, but this is often, easier said than done. A highly effective, health-restoring alternative that anyone can benefit from is stress management. Of course, the more stressed out you feel, the harder it may be for you to relax, but mastering relaxation techniques can help. Many of these can be done anywhere, including at home.
One distinctive symptom of depression is a feeling of helplessness and despair. Many people who suffer from depression report feeling a lack of control over their symptoms or the situation that they believe is causing their depression. If left untreated, these feelings of lack of control can become worse, and may lead to other symptoms, such as suicidal thoughts. Learn more about how depression can overtake your sense of control as well as what you can do about it.
Looking for a Therapist Finder? WebPsychology.com works with a network of qualified therapists who provide expert counseling on all types of mental health issues for individuals, families, and organizations. In addition, some therapists provide counseling by phone or online if meeting face-to-face...
What is Suboxone® and what is it used for? Taken as a film placed under the tongue (“sublingual”), Suboxone® is the brand name for buprenorphine and naloxone, used to treat modern to severe chronic pain. Since its FDA approval in 2002, Suboxone® has also been prescribed for treatment of opoid...
Invega, the trade name for paliperidone, is a prescription drug used to treat schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder in adults and adolescents. Taken as an extended-release tablet, the drug may be prescribed separately or in conjunction with other mood-stabilizing drugs and therapy or...
Psychodynamic therapy, according to the National Institute of Mental Health, "helps people gain greater self-awareness and understanding about their own actions," as well as helping them "identify and explore how their nonconscious emotions and motivations can influence their behavior." Although...
Managing anger effectively is an important life skill, whether you're in a relationship, dealing with coworkers, parenting children, or just navigating the day-to-day frustrations we all face. If anger management is an area you feel you need to work on, the good news is that there are some...
What is a psychologist, and how does a psychologist differ from a psychiatrist? According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), psychologists have "a doctoral degree (Ph.D., Psy.D. or Ed.D.) in clinical, educational, counseling or research psychology," and are licensed by individual...

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