mental health

July 5, 2016
nature therapy for addiction

30 Minutes of Nature a Day Can Save Your Life

“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. … There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature — the assurance […]
July 7, 2016
cost of mental health

Breakdown: The Cost of Mental Health

Here’s a quick lesson in economics. Mental health costs $1 trillion a year to manage. That’s a big overhead cost without any investment. Mental health disorders effect millions of people around the world with depression […]
July 19, 2016
men get depressed

Men Get Depressed: 7 Signs of Depression

Depression is the most highly occurring mental health problem faced by millions of people all over the world. Men who suffer from depression display similar but different signs than women. These 7 signs of depression […]
July 20, 2016
balloons in your life

Your Life is Full of Balloons

Have you ever seen a dozen or more balloons tied to one flimsy little plastic piece? Somehow, that piece is supposed to keep the balloons grounded as they’re pulled up and away with their helium. […]
July 26, 2016
male body dysmorphia

That One Serious Guy at the Gym: Body Dysmorphia in Men

Male eating disorders are on the rise. Pressure on physical appearance has been largely seen as a female issue since so much of advertising, marketing, and media revolve around female objectification. However, in this rising […]
July 28, 2016
judge yourself

You Should Go and Judge Yourself

Words can hurt. We may not always like to admit it, but the likelihood is that in some point in time during our lives, someone has said something to us that cut straight to the […]
July 29, 2016
symptoms of depression

Hidden Signs and Symptoms of Depression

Depression is one of the most pervasive mental health issues being faced around the world today. Statistically speaking, depression effects X amount of people globally, making it a leading cause of illness and distress. Anyone […]
August 9, 2016
being uncomfortable

Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Writer for Psych Central Sarah Newman writes that one of the best ways to put action behind the theory of embracing discomfort is through physical exercise. Newman looked at research on how athletes react to […]
September 20, 2016
Stress is More Likely to cause Depression in Men

Stress is More Likely to cause Depression in Men

Men are more likely to be influenced by the aftereffects of stressful life events than women, new research finds. Over long periods of time, men will become more vulnerable to the effects of stress, with […]
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