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Blog Post Archive

Rewire Your Burned-out Brain

Reverse burnout symptoms of emotional exhaustion & physical fatigue. You can rewire your brain experiences that boost optimism, pleasure, and positive expectations.

When Trust Is Gone, What Can You Do?

We live in a time when everyone is talking about trust and no one seems to be feeling much of it. Here's what you can do when you no longer trust.

Answer Me This: Why Are Americans So Depressed?

We are growing more depressed, with young people in the lead, and our pharmaceutical response is obviously not working. How about psychedelics?

Playing Hurt

A vulnerable and inspiring story from sportscaster John Saunders.

5 Simple Steps for Suicide Prevention

This week, National Suicide Prevention Week, it seems particularly appropriate to talk about both the good and the evidence-based.

What Does it Take to Survive Emotionally after a Disaster?

Following a disaster, the afflicted individuals must all deal with reorganizing their lives. Some people, however, seem particularly vulnerable according to new research.

Who's Most Likely to Become Depressed After a Disaster?

Following a disaster, the afflicted individuals must all deal with reorganizing their lives. Some people, however, seem particularly vulnerable according to new research.

Copper Toxicity: A Common Cause of Psychiatric Symptoms

Could copper overload be the cause of your depression, anxiety, ADHD and poor immune function? Copper toxicity is a treatable condition, but you first must identify it.

What Suicide Survivors Want You to Know

Parents and loved ones of those who have died by suicide share their personal stories. Learn some of the warning signs and how you can help.

16 Tons

I see in Annie's eyes the fear of a personal apocalypse.

The Flight Attendant Said My Leg Was Going to Fall Off

Medical advice should make people feel better, but it's easy to make them feel worse, by only paying attention to what you say, not what they hear.

Suicide Shrines

Some locations or events can inspire numerous life-ending acts. The allure might be obvious or obscure.

Does Your Child Have Enough Friends?

Some children are shy and happy to be alone. Many others struggle to make friends and are at risk for depression. Parents can teach children what they need to be more social.

Are You Giving Yourself the Level of Self-Care You Deserve?

When we care for something, it thrives. When we shun it, it withers. Therefore, isn't it time we stop mentally knocking ourselves down when we think of goals we haven't yet met?

4 Ways Culture Impacts Acceptance of Mental Health Problems

Wondering how culture impacts the process of acceptance of a mental health problem? Learn about these 5 cultural factors in the acceptance process.

College 2017 to 2018

The arrival of the smartphone has changed every aspect of teenage life, from social interactions to mental health. It's time for colleges to change their approach as well.

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