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Communication Is Vital For A Healthy Relationship

Healthy Relationship

When people are told that they need to communicate more they often think that that is an open invitation to talk but there is a complete difference between talking and communicating. Communicating is an art, and art of combining the ability to express your opinions and feelings in such a way as to ensure that the person or people you ...

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Online Trainers Helping Fit Fitness Into Your Lifestyle

Online Trainers Fitness

Many of us looking to take our workouts to the next level have explored the idea of hiring a personal trainer at some point. For some, the appeal is the absolute knowledge base of a trained professional, for others it is the increased accountability of holding an appointment, and still others want the one-on-one interaction and customized workouts to meet ...

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Mental Health Statistics: How Common Mental Disorders Are

Mental Health Statistics: How Common Mental Disorders Are

At any time of the year, there is one person in every group of five people who has a diagnosable mental disorder. This means that 1/5 of all families in the United States have family members who are experiencing developing or aggravated symptoms of mental impairment. This translates to approximately 20% of the American society. Mental health or the lack ...

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Mental Health: Not Just the Absence of Mental Disorders

Mental Health: Not Just the Absence of Mental Disorders

Most people think that mental health only applies to those people who have diagnosable mental disorders. The truth is ALL of us should be concerned about our mental health. It is our basis of being healthy. It is the holistic approach to health. In fact, many people adhere to the belief that mental health is the core of healthiness. Health ...

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Mental Health Courts

Mental Health Courts

Patients of mental health require special attention and treatments and on normal circumstances, the prison cell will not give the proper, not even the sufficient treatment. It has been observed that those people who are suffering from certain mental disorders become worse while they are in correctional facilities. They get intimidated by the other inmates, they get abused even and ...

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Mental Health America

Mental Health America

A number one mental health organization, Mental Health America, has repeatedly researched on present points concerning mental wellness. Alongside them, there are different research which are always carried out in conjunction to separate researches by different mental health organizations. Among their research are the highest American stressors and the capability of Americans to cope with them. In this text, we’d ...

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Kids in mental hospitals – statistics

Kids in mental hospitals - statistics

Too many children in England are being admitted to mental health hospitals unnecessarily, according to a report. Research for the Children’s Commissioner for England found children were often unable to get appropriate support at school and in the community. This was contributing to children ending up in institutions, sometimes for months or years, the report found. Children with learning disabilities ...

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Hobbies for the Elderly to Maintain Mental Health

Hobbies for the Elderly to Maintain Mental Health

Elderly people respond to mental health differently than younger people. They are prone to developing more psychological disorders and can cope less effectively to triggering factors of mental impairments. Let’s first take a look at how an old person lives Retiring could be one of the most enjoyable but dreaded years in the life of a person. Anybody who no ...

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Benefits of Mental Health Support Groups

Benefits of Mental Health Support Groups

Unlike physical disorders, mental illnesses are often not recognizable and difficult to identify. This makes these disorders a lot harder to understand leading the sufferers to believe that they are alone in their suffering and that help is unavailable. Top these with their own conviction that there is no way to heal them and that the disorder is too embarrassing. ...

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Mental health expert opinion

Mental health expert opinion

If you have a mental health condition, you’re not alone and there’s no reason to feel embarrassed. If the American health system treated mental illness with the same intensity and openness as physical health conditions diagnosis and treatment for more citizens might be far more successful. One in five American adults experiences some form of mental illness in any given year. And ...

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