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11What to Do if Therapy Isn't Working: 5 Tips to Try

What to Do if Therapy Isn’t Working: 5 Tips to Try

Therapy serves as an excellent tool to help thousands of individuals heal from mental health issues. However, finding the best type of therapy for your needs can be difficult and take time to yield tangible results. When these challenges persist, individuals may even start feeling worse or losing hope. This is often because they don’t...
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11Emotional Sobriety

Emotional Sobriety: What Is It, and Do You Need It?

For some people, it’s possible to stop abusing a substance but continue to have an active addiction. Physical sobriety is when a person stops drinking alcohol or using drugs entirely. However, some individuals find staying emotionally sober after leaving treatment centers incredibly difficult. If you are one of them, you might be struggling with emotional...
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11Inpatient Anxiety Treatment

Inpatient Anxiety Treatment Is Not Something to Fear

Anxiety is a mental illness characterized by extreme worry regarding everyday scenarios. In fact, it’s one of the most common mental disorders in the U.S., affecting around 40 million adults ages 18 and older every year. If you are one of the many individuals experiencing mental and physical effects caused by intense, chronic stress, it...
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11Holiday Depression

Holiday Depression: Why You’re Feeling Sad This Season

For many, the holidays are a time to be with family and friends as the year comes to a close. From decorating the house to getting cozy with a warm drink, there are many ways to show your holiday cheer. But what happens when you’re in a funk that even the most cheerful tunes can’t...
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11how to get out of a depressive episode

How to Get Out of a Depressive Episode

Everyone goes through funks in life—times where nothing seems to go right. Thankfully, these sad periods tend to go away on their own without causing too much disturbance to daily life. But sometimes, these sad periods are much more severe, and they don’t seem to go away easily. These are depressive episodes, and they can...
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11Anxiety awareness Ohio

Anxiety Awareness: What’s Your Risk?

It’s not uncommon for everybody to experience anxiety every so often. Things like moving, getting a new job, socializing in the COVID-19 pandemic, things like this are all situations that could cause some nerves. But when those nerves or worries turn into something more persistent and pressing, there could be underlying issues of anxiety. And...
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11mental illness stigma

5 Tips for Overcoming Mental Illness Stigma

Mental illness stigma is something that affects everyone, whether you have a mental health condition yourself or love someone who does. The symptoms of mental illness can make it hard enough to get help, but the stigma of mental illness makes it even harder to reach out to friends and family. And without that critical...
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11Ohio mental health

Ohio Suicides up 45%, Indicating Dire Need for Ohio Mental Health Services

Mental health is at the forefront of concerns in 2020 as the impact of the coronavirus continues to overwhelm communities on a global scale. During a time when stressors are at an all-time high, mental health services worldwide are suffering from interruptions in both funding and services due to implications caused by COVID-19.   The Ohio...
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