Blog Posts - Mental Health Issues



Common Mental Health Issues In Women

Common Mental Health Issues In Women The Most Common Mental Health Issues In Women And How To Deal With Them While mental health issues continue to be on the rise for both men and women, there are some specific problems that women have to deal with i...
by The Things Women Want on Jun 14, 2016

Common Sense

Laypeople were interested in mental health, and by the early 1900s had recognized that their lives might be happier if they could overcome and control some of the mental distress which seemed rampant in their complex and hurried world. Annie Payson C...

Lifestyle Choices to Ease Anxiety

Anxiety disorder is the most common mental illness in the world, according to a survey by the World Health Organization. If you experience symptoms of an anxiety disorder, you should see a mental health professional. However, there are also some lif...
by Recovery Advocates on Sep 10, 2015

PSA From Celebrities About Mental Health Stigma

In the PSA below, celebrities speak up about the stigma surrounding mental health issues and hope to promote acceptance and awareness. Use #iamstigmafree to help support.   Click HERE for the full article by Amanda Chan on Yahoo Health. The pos...
by Recovery Advocates on May 5, 2015

The Mind Behind Depression

This short film was created by Jamun film company, Saarthak mental health organization, and The Hans Foundation in order to provide a look into the mind of a person with depression and to raise awareness of mental health. They encourage those expe...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 4, 2015

Mental Health In Elite Sports

Are some elite sports stars suffering in silence because they're afraid of what people would think if they admitted having mental health problems?The charity Mind says so and they want professional clubs, governing bodies and community organisations...
by Connecting Hypnotherapy... on Dec 17, 2014

Check Out These Haunting Faces And Voices From The Past [Pick Of The Crowd]

The Willard Psychiatric Center was opened in the 1860s as a place for people suffering from long-term mental illness to live out their lives. They took the hardest cases, the people who could no longer be cared for by their own counties. Patients wer...
by Home Business Watchdog on Feb 6, 2014

Coming Full Circle

Treatment for insanity remained surprisingly consistent in many ways over hundreds of years (see last post). One great stride in treating the insane came when authorities stopped lumping “lunatics” in with criminals and the poor, either i...

Achieving some sense of mental stability - Depression.

I and those closest to me are noticing that I am less depressed than usual, despite the fact that I still have ongoing challenges in my life. It has not always been easy for me to feel or be this way, often times a struggle that I would not wish on a...
by My Meddling Mind on Jun 23, 2013

Medicine and Mental Disorders

The nineteenth century saw many medical breakthroughs (see last post), and the public and doctors alike began to think that science could solve all human ailments. Doctors saw that better sanitation and hygiene during the Civil War helped prevent dis...

Girls beg using someone else’s baby for a prop …

This is just wrong. Every red blooded, self respecting human being should be appalled by this! The NYPD is telling people to call 911 or find a cop when we see these particular women; it’s apparently an operation run out of New Jersey, they meet in...
by MFACCENDA.COM on Feb 19, 2013

Girls beg using someone else’s baby for a prop …

This is just wrong. Every red blooded, self respecting subway busker should be appalled by this! The NYPD is telling people to call 911 or find a cop when we see these particular women; it’s apparently an operation run out of New Jersey, they meet...
by MFACCENDA.COM on Feb 19, 2013

US Shootings and the Myth of the 'Crazed Gunman'

While the gun control debate rages, can we acknowledge truth concerning our violent tendencies?
by friday coming soon on Dec 15, 2012

Bullying Has Long-Term Health Consequences

Occasionally, the NYC Private Schools Blog reprints (in full) academic mental health/child development/parenting news releases that may be of interest to our readers and their families. Sam Houston State University issued the following news release:...
by NYC Private Schools Blog on Oct 31, 2012

Information Everyone Needs To Have and Know: Advanced Care Planning, DNR, Medical Power Of Attorney, DNI, Living Will, Declaration of Mental Health Treatment, Organ and Tissue Donation

Information Everyone Needs To Have and Know: Advanced Care Planning, DNR, Medical Power Of Attorney, DNI, Living Will,Declaration of Mental Health Treatment, Organ and Tissue Donation     I am writing this post not to scare you but to i...
by Wilcom Deziner on Jul 9, 2012

Emotional stability through self awareness and other positive strategies – My experience - Good mental health

Why was this week better for me emotionally, than the last couple of weeks were?  What was it that I did different that made me behave and feel differently? These are the questions I asked myself a few moments ago that made me want to share with...
by My Meddling Mind on Jun 21, 2012

Obama Campaign Focuses On Veterans and Military Families For Votes

Obama Campaign Focuses On Veterans and Military Families For VotesThe Obama campaign loves sub-groups to focus on for their voting efforts. Until now, Latinos, African-Americans, women, nurses, the LGBT community, and a few other groups received spec...
by Prune Juice Media on May 17, 2012

What if You Find Yourself Being Pregnant with Mental Health Issues?

Pregnancy causes a lot of change within your body. It puts added stress on your circulatory system, digestive system, and even your neurological system. If you have the mental illness that already exists before you become pregnant, it is highly likel...
by Livesnet.com on Jan 31, 2012


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