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holidays

Managing Stress, Anxiety, and Depression This Holiday Season

Guest post submission by Jayna Nickert, MFT on behalf of Focus Essentials: Well, it’s officially happening… it’s beginning to look a lot like winter… We’ll soon be gathering with family and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving, and as soon as the pumpkin pie is served the holiday season will be here for the rest of the year. I […]

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Creating an Outlet for Managing Mental Health

Guest post submission by Jayna Nickert, MFT on behalf of Focus Essentials:   When your mental health is off it can have far-reaching effects on your mind, body, and life in general. You feel different, your thoughts tend to be more negative, and it feels like there’s something wrong inside your brain. You know these changes are […]

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How Can Clinical Trials Help Patients That Suffer From Depression And Other Mental Illnesses?

Depression and other mental health disorders can be quite debilitating especially if they are on the severe end of the spectrum. And, the worst part about any mental illness is that there are still not enough effective treatments to help the suffering individual live a better quality of life. Unfortunately, many people who have mental […]

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No One Is Immune To Depression And Mental Illness

When you heard that both Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain lost their battles to mental illness very recently, it threw so many people for a loop. Why? That is because that these two highly successful people- who appeared to have it all, really did not… not at all. The fact that they lost their battles this […]

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emotions

Emotions Have A Specific Anatomy

Mark Derian of Animus Empire sent this to me and this is what he wrote, and everyone needs to read this: We don’t like to think emotions have an anatomy because emotions feel complicated. But the structure emerges when we know what to look for, and it’s a simple structure at that. No, this doesn’t mean our […]

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