Treatment-Resistant Depression

For many people coping with major depressive disorder—which includes different types of depression that persist for at least two weeks—antidepressants can play an invaluable role in helping relieve symptoms, enabling them to resume the life they once enjoyed. But for those...

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Punishment

As a parent, we are forced to punish our children to lessen the probability that behavior will occur again in the future. We want to focus more on reducing or eliminating undesirable behaviors, punishment frequently mistakenly with negative reinforcement. Take...

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Avoidant Personality Disorder

Considering that a lot of us battle with introversion, yet around two percent of the population experiences the harsh effects of avoidant identity issues. Extraordinary shyness and fear of dismissal make it troublesome for a few people to cooperate socially and professionally....

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Depression

Do you ever feel down, sad, empty, and hopeless the majority of the day, almost every day? Losing interest or pleasure in your hobbies or being with friends and family? Having trouble sleeping, eating, and functioning? If you have felt...

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Grief or Journey of Grief

Everyone grieves in a different way; maybe a loved one passed away, a broken relationship, or losing a job. Other life alterations, like chronic ailment or a move to a new home, can also lead to grief. It is an...

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