It is common to question when to seek mental health support. Many mental health issues do not present with easily identifiable symptoms to act as a guide. To further confuse the issue, when struggling with a mental health issue, the illness itself can make it difficult to know that you need help. There is a natural tendency [...]
It’s normal to feel anxious about certain things before, during, and after pregnancy – after all, you are now responsible for the growth of another little human inside of you (and taking care of him or her for years to come)! But something that many women either are ashamed to discuss or simply don’t recognize because it’s [...]
Do you feel uneasy around crowds, or places where new people will be present? Do you avoid these places, and as a result become withdrawn and isolated from those around you? Anxiety is more common than you think – 18% of Americans are diagnosed with the mental illness Anxiety can lead to depression. It makes it difficult [...]
Stress seems to be an inevitable part of life – especially if you juggle school, work, and family. There are so many factors that contribute to stress, and everyone’s burden is different – your stress may not look like your friends’ or coworkers’.
A panic attack is a short-lived and abrupt onset of intense discomfort that reaches its peak within minutes, lasting about 15 minutes total, accompanied by 4 or more of the following symptoms...