10 Ways to Track Your Mental Health

If you’re struggling with mental health, it’s important to stay on top of it. Keeping up with how you’re doing can help you to establish patterns, to recognize when things are actually wrong, and to see when things improve or get worse. That can be difficult because changes to mental health often happen slowly. Like […]

Nutrition and Mental Health

Mental illness effects almost more people than it doesn’t. In fact, while an estimated 18.9% of the U.S. population struggles with mental health problems at any given time, over half will experience difficulties with mental health during their lifetime. That means 1 in 5 U.S. adults has a problem with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, […]

6 Things to Say to a Loved One with Depression

If your loved one is struggling with depression, there’s not always a lot you can do. In fact, feeling helpless and unable to help them in a meaningful way can be one of the most challenging parts of living with someone with depression. The thing is, offering support can be more meaningful than you realize, […]

Self-Harm and Cutting – Symptoms and Causes

If you suspect a loved one is harming themselves or cutting, it’s a serious problem and a serious sign that something is wrong. Self-harm, or the act of hurting yourself intentionally, whether by burning, pinching, biting, cutting, or abrading the skin is often not suicidal. Rather, it’s used as an attempt to control emotions and […]

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