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Mental Health Awareness Month: Schizophrenia

Mental Health Awareness Month: Schizophrenia

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in May, I’ll be breaking down the basics of mental illnesses you said you wanted to read more about.

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Angry Skull by Wm. Andrew Turman

Angry Skull by Wm. Andrew Turman

[Editor’s Note: The following post is a submission. If you are interested in submitting, read till the end.]

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Mental Health Awareness Month: Bipolar Disorder

Mental Health Awareness Month: Bipolar Disorder

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in May, I’ll be breaking down the basics of mental illnesses you said you wanted to read more about.

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Mental Health Awareness Month: OCD

Mental Health Awareness Month: OCD

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in May, I’ll be breaking down the basics of mental illnesses you said you wanted to read more about.

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Mental Health Awareness Month: PTSD

Mental Health Awareness Month: PTSD

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in May, I’ll be breaking down the basics of mental illnesses you said you wanted to read more about.

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Protocols for Sadness

In the previous installment of Mental Health Monday, we covered some basics on stress, anxiety and depression and shared useful, professional resources for seeking help.

Seeing a therapist, whether a psychologist or psychiatrist, is a step in the right direction to helping you better handle your mental health.

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All about being S.A.D. (and when it might be time to get help)

All about being S.A.D. (and when it might be time to get help)

“I feel sad.”

I don’t know how many times that sentence has tumbled from between my lips with the heavy sigh that preceded it. Always tired and always sad.

Sometimes I don’t think people actually want to know if other people are “okay.” But when I say I’m sad, people usually respond along the lines of “Aw, why? Let’s go get coffee and you can tell me all about it.”

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