Depression & Mental Health

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Remote Energetics

What Does Energy Have To Do With How I’m Feeling?

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Everything. Everything is energy. It is the basis of life and the basis of our health and our well being. The thoughts we think are energy and are in a constant state of flow, flowing outwards to others and received by others without the need to even speak them. Our…

5 Ways to Cope with Impulse Control Disorder

5 Ways to Cope with Impulse Control Disorder

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For those that are unaware, an ICD (or impulse control disorder) is a psychiatric disorder that doesn’t allow much, or any, control over an urge to do something that results in hurting themselves or others. As someone who suffers from this disorder I’ve decided to help others figure out what…

Bipolar Disorder

What is Bipolar Disorder? Signs, Symptoms & Treatments

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This articles is all about the Bipolar Disorder spectrum, what it is, signs and symptoms, treatment and we have also included a list of links and resources which you may find useful. You can also discuss your experiences with bipolar disorder on our community and share any useful hints and…

Facebook Depression – How Dangerous Is Social Media?

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Have you ever looked at your Facebook feed and felt inadequate, lonely and left out? If you have, you are far from alone. People who check their social media accounts regularly have been found to be nearly three times more likely to suffer from depression in a study by the University of…

Do Antidepressants Work?

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Part 3 of 5 part series – The compliance issue and why Medications fail Never has there been an area more argued in the fields of science and medicine than that of the effectiveness of medications for treating common mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts and feelings….

Dying of Loneliness

Dying of Loneliness – Mental Health and Loneliness

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Mother Theresa once said “The biggest disease today is not leprosy or cancer or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted, uncared for and deserted by everybody.” That loneliness is devastating is not new information; everyone who has felt alone understands how painful it can be. For the lucky…

Does Talking Really Help?

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Everybody says that people should talk about problems and not bottle them up. Is that good advice? According to both old adages and modern psychologists the answer is a clear yes. Talking through things that are bothering a person allows them to define the problem, keep it in perspective, and…