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How to Improve Your Body Image

How do you feel about your appearance? Do you feel unworthy because of your body shape? Do you get frustrated because of your looks? Your attitude, perception, beliefs, and thoughts of your body, hair, skin, shape, and size are part of your body image. Body image...

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How to Help Someone Who is Having an Emotional Breakdown

  Sometimes an emotional breakdown develops quietly. Over time, you notice that your friend is withdrawing and has lost the light in their eyes. They don't look well and seem to be struggling in silence. Or, you may watch someone unexpectedly lose control of...

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7 Tips for Overcoming Codependency

Do you spend your time taking care of others and putting yourself last? Do you feel emotionally drained by your relationships, like your needs are invisible? If you recognize yourself in these questions, you may be thinking more about codependency and what it means...

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How To Tell If Your Teen Is Bipolar

Bipolar disorder is a serious mood disorder in which the individual faces extreme mood patterns. People with bipolar disorder experience a lot of physical, mental, emotional, and behavioural problems. As teens are already experiencing a lot of changes in all areas of...

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What to Do If You Are Having a Panic Attack

Ever had a sudden feeling of debilitating fear accompanied by a frightening physical reaction to perceived danger? Suddenly, you feel like you are going to hurl. Your hands and legs are shaking, and your heart is about to come off your chest. Worse still, for that...

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How to Spot Depression in A Teenager

Depression is increasingly common among children, teenagers, and young adults. Unfortunately, the general symptoms of depression in teenagers can be misinterpreted as typical adolescent behavior. For instance, teenagers are generally moody and withdrawn. When a once...

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder In Teens

A teenager is already stressed out, confused, and feeling awkward due to a variety of life experiences along with developmental changes. The teenage years require a lot of work. Imagine being in such a difficult time and having obsessive compulsion disorder on top of...

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How to Cope with Compassion Fatigue

Are you a caregiver who is feeling depleted and emptied out? Are you tired, irritated, and frustrated all the time? Do you feel the need to isolate without any apparent reason? Are you feeling overwhelmed by the needs of others? If so, you may be going through...

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7 Ways to Overcome Loneliness

Loneliness hurts, and it can color everything in your life for a while. It’s normal to feel separated and disconnected from others at times. But at times, you may sense that gloominess around every corner. You may not be able to change your circumstances, but you can...

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How to Know If You are Depressed

Life can be overbearing sometimes. It can take a toll even on the most resilient of us. When it pushes you to a state of persistent sadness and loss of interest in living, it may be time to work on your mental health. Depression is not an occasional sadness. Everyone...

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