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Seasonal Affective Disorder

10 Tips for a Happier Holiday

No matter who you are or what your circumstances, the holidays can be a stressful time for numerous reasons. Maybe traveling is hectic; maybe this is your first holiday season without a loved one; maybe you have strained relationships with family; maybe the holidays bring up bad memories; maybe finances are tight; maybe you struggle…

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A Mental Health Friendly Gift Guide

The holidays are a time of gift giving, and it is common to struggle to think of just the right gift for your loved ones and friends. Many times we end up buying something out of desperation that we are not even sure the person will like, just because we felt obligated to purchase something.…

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MAKE SURE YOUR VACATION IS A VACATION

Summer vacation, barring time and financial restrictions, of course, can be anything you want it to be. It can be an exciting adventure, or a leisurely week in your pajamas, or perhaps even a mixture of both. Unfortunately, it’s easy for life to get in the way of your vacationing fun. Plans may change, weather…

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How Telehealth Reduces Mental Health Stigma and Increases Access

Despite the growing number of Telehealth patients, many people remain confused about or suspicious of the idea of receiving healthcare online via video call. We recently spoke with Dr. Diego Garza, who is the Director of Telehealth at MindPath Care Centers, PLLC, to learn more about what Telehealth has to offer. Dr. Garza has a…

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THЕ RЕСОVЕRУ JОURNЕУ FOR CAREGIVERS

I used to think that anyone аffliсtеd with a mental illnеѕѕ wаѕ going to bе a vеrу ill реrѕоn fоr thе rеѕt of their livеѕ. But now, I саn tеll you from firsthand experience thаt it iѕ vеrу роѕѕiblе fоr a реrѕоn with a mental disorder tо gаin a rеаѕоnаblе standard of living after suffering…

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It’s Spring! Why You Don’t Have to Feel Happy

Spring is finally here. People are wearing shorts, the birds are infectiously happy, flowers are blooming everywhere. In the grocery store today, a man told me, “You look so sad. Be happy! The weather is beautiful.” While there’s always room for gratitude in our days, and nice weather certainly can be something to be grateful…

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5 Important Nutrients To Include This Year

For many people, the winter does not only bring about colder weather; it can bring on feelings of depression, lack of motivation, and overall decreased energy. These are symptoms of what you may know as “winter blues”, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Lack of sunlight in the winter months can decrease our production of serotonin, which…

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Seven Most Common Misconceptions about Mental Illness & Health

Our country has come quite a way from the Freudian stigmas and public embarrassment associated with mental illness of the early 1900s, but some skepticism remains. Even in 2017, there are many myths and misconceptions about the legitimacy of mental health and the efficacy of treatment, some of which prevent people from reaching out for…

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Create a Holiday Come True and You Will Lose those Blues

As the Holiday season quickly approaches, please remember that you are not alone. You are not alone in your memories of those prior holidays that may contain mixed emotions. You may have grieved losses this year – of family members, relationships, or items that somehow became magically lost. You may have gained the knowledge that…

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Self Care Tips for the Coming Fall

Do you feel a chill in the air? School is back and the leaves are turning. It looks like Autumn is returning, full swing! Unfortunately, with the pumpkin lattes and fashionable scarves comes the steady chilling of the temperature outside, which in turn comes with a host of physical and psychological repercussions. What can you…

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