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Anxious About Past Mistakes? – The Best Ways to Find Inner Peace

Are you haunted by your past mistakes? Do they prevent you from taking risks, knock down your self-esteem, or determine how you interact with others? It is natural to hold onto our past mistakes as a way of self-preservation. For example, a toddler might learn the dangers of fire having touched a candle's flame. The trauma of that mistake remains [...]

By | March 5th, 2018|anxiety treatment, personal growth|

After the Diagnosis: Is Medication the Only Option for Treating Depression?

Finding the right treatment plan for your depression can be difficult. Does it have to involve a little orange pill bottle? Consider various options for treating depression that do not involve medication.

By | February 6th, 2018|depression treatment|

Understanding Anxiety: A Useful or Harmful Part of Human Nature?

Anxiety is a part of human nature. Understanding anxiety means grasping its significance to your life. Is it useful or harmful? Consider what role it should be playing and what role it may be taking on.

By | January 2nd, 2018|anxiety treatment|

PTSD: The War Within – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

While it may be difficult to see and neutralize the signs of PTSD at first, with time, learning to recognize what triggers an assault can help you to counter it more quickly and balance the terms of engagement for the war within.

By | December 8th, 2017|trauma treatment|

7 Daily Habits That May Keep You Hurting and Depressed

With over three million U.S. cases per year, depression is an unfortunately common mental health disorder. Depression notoriously elicits feelings of distress, worthlessness, extreme sadness—the list goes on and on. One of the reasons that depression is so hard to treat is because, in order to combat it, you have to go against everything your depression is telling you to do. Oftentimes, it can seem like there’s no light at the end of the depression tunnel, which leads many to believe that there’s no way out. The benefit, though, of so many diagnosable cases of depression, is the equal amount of psychological research that accompanies it. Research that has shed light on many unhealthy daily habits.

By | October 17th, 2017|depression treatment|