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20 Diversion Tactics Highly Manipulative Narcissists, Sociopaths And Psychopaths Use To Silence You

Toxic people such as malignant narcissists, psychopaths and those with antisocial traits engage in maladaptive behaviors in relationships that ultimately exploit, demean and hurt their intimate partners, family members and friends. They use a plethora of diversionary tactics that distort the …

The Science of Anxiety-Driven Behavior | Heleo

“Just because you engage in a compulsive behavior (or two) doesn’t mean your brain is broken.”<p><b>Sharon Begley</b> is an award-winning journalist who …

Mental Health

The One Mindfulness Technique That Will Improve Your Conversations Forever

Listening seems like a natural skill that we all can do, however not everyone remains present the whole time someone is talking. In fact, our minds …

Researchers May Have Located the Neurological Origins of Misophonia

The sound of someone chewing with their mouth open stokes an inner rage. Ditto snapping gum. I’ve learned to navigate this frustration by keeping …

Depression

If you live your life without mental health issues, science says you’re the weird one

Everyone gets the flu, chicken pox, and a broken bone or two by the time they hit 40, and if you don’t you’re in a very small minority that somehow …

Mental Health

Staying in an unhappy marriage could be the best thing you do, new study suggests

Having a child puts a strain on relationships, but staying in an unhappy marriage is the best thing you can do for its long-term success, according to a study.<p>Researchers found the majority of couples who are unhappy when their first child is born feel fulfilled a decade later.<p>Seven in ten couples …

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It's Official: People With Anxiety are More Intelligent

If you suffer from anxiety or depression, you’ll know that it can be a highly debilitating condition that affects nearly every area of life. But …

Depression

Early Signs of Anxiety and Depression Could Be Detected in Children Straight From Birth

Although symptoms of anxiety and depression have the potential to materialize in kids as young as 2, a new study reveals that these early signs could be detected in newborns. Factors such as genetics, environment, and experiences all have an influence on a person's likelihood of exhibiting signs of …

Rise in calls to Childline for mental health issues prompts call for action

Charities are calling for improved mental health provision in schools as new figures reveal more than 50,000 children and young people contacted Childline last year seeking help for serious mental health problems.<p>The helpline has seen a 36% rise over four years in youngsters needing help for …

Mental Health

Here's Why Uncertainty Makes You So Miserable

People like to know what’s coming for them, even if it’s bad, a new study suggests. A small study published Tuesday found that people are more …

This is how talking to a therapist actually changes your brain

Most people who’ve gone to therapy will tell you it’s a godsend, but a new study showing physical improvements to the brain after seeing a therapist …

What Nobody Tells You About Self-Care

Self-care includes a lot of adult-ing, and activities you want to put off indefinitely.<p><i>Written by</i> Mawiyah Patten<p>In social work, “self-care” is one of those terms that is so overused, it has ceased to mean anything. Typically when self-care is referenced, the speaker is referring to activities and …

Can breathing through your nose help you think and react clearly?

Researchers put nose and mouth breathing to the test.<p>Breathing is something you do all day long, without even thinking about it. And that's exactly …

For Social-Anxiety Disorder, Talk Therapy Is More Effective Than Pills

If you give a man a fish, he can eat for a day; if you teach a man to fish, he’ll be richer forever. Similarly, if you give someone a pill for their …

Depression

A List of Coping Skills for Anger, Anxiety, and Depression

A List of Coping Skills for Anger, Anxiety, and Depression<p>Updated on December 18, 2016<p>What Are Coping Skills and Strategies?<p>Coping strategies and …

Blood sugar Managements

You’ve likely heard of the Keto diet, but many of us don’t know what it is.The popular diet is low READ MORE<p>By Len Canter HealthDay Reporter Latest …

Eight Ways to Help Teens Get More Sleep

By Christine Carter<p>Sleep is, arguably, the golden ticket to happiness. Our silver bullet to success. A straight shot to both physical and mental health.<p>I am writing this from the front lines: My 16-year-old stepdaughter's messy bed. It's a little after 9 o'clock. Macie is at her desk doing …

How technology use messes with your sleep and what you can do about it - Health - ABC News

In the habit of playing games on your phone or checking social media as the last thing you do before bed?<p>Even if you don't think you have a sleep …

High Blood Pressure

5 Things that therapists wished their patients knew before coming to therapy

Here's what you need to know to make the most out of getting counseling<p>People ask me time and again what they should expect in therapy. “Will the …

Self Determination

Your Therapist's Job Isn't to Make You Feel Better

<i>Is it a therapist's job to make the client feel better or see reality more accurately? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Irene Yancher, psychotherapist and contributor to TechCrunch and NPR,</b> …

What are high-functioning depression and anxiety and what are the dangers?

Stereotypes of what mental illness looks like means many people suffer in silence.<p>Dane Cobain, a 27-year-old social media marketer and writer, has …

Are You Contributing to Your Child's Anxiety?

Childhood has been commonly perceived as the carefree years of life or "hakuna matata." However, in today's world, a life of no worries seems to be a rarity. It is common to hear parents say, "It wasn't like this when I was growing up, why is my child always so anxious?" A certain degree of fear …

Support When Your Child Is Struggling With Anxiety, Depression or Trauma

Parents will do just about anything when their child is in serious need. With dramatic increases in the diagnosis of adolescent anxiety and …

Teens

10 Reasons to Try a Ketogenic Diet

The <b>ketogenic</b> <b>diet</b>, also known as <b>keto</b> diet, is a very low-carb and high-fat diet that have many similarities with the low-carb and Atkins diet. The Ketogenic Diet involves drastically decreasing carbohydrate intake and substituting it with fat. The reduction in carbs can put our bodies into a …

Mental health in schools: A hidden crisis affecting millions of students

<i>; Credit: LA Johnson/NPR</i><i>Part One in an NPR Ed series on mental health in schools.</i>You might call it a silent epidemic.Up to one in five kids living in …

Mental Health

Parents' psychiatric disease linked to kids' risk of suicide attempt, violent offending

Risk for suicide attempts and violent offending by children appears to be associated with their parents’ psychiatric disorders, according to an …

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Why Employers Need To Talk About Mental Illness In The Workplace

<i>This is the third part in a series about mental health and illness at the workplace. Here are the first two parts:</i><p>1. What Happened When I Told My Boss I was Struggling with Mental Illness<p>2. What Happens When People Reveal Their Mental Illness to Their Boss<p>The workplace is the most important …

Why Are Millennials Missing Out on Vacation?

Millennials account for nearly half of American work martyrs, according to the latest report from Project: Time Off, an ongoing initiative aimed at …