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What To Do If You Think Someone Might Want to Commit Suicide


The most important thing you can do if you think someone might want to commit suicide is to take that person very seriously if they attempt to talk to you about it. Keep in mind that not everyone who feels suicidal will talk about it. In this case, know the warning signs. S.A.V.E.: Helping Someone [...]

What To Do If You Think Someone Might Want to Commit Suicide2016-11-07T04:00:55+00:00
  • narcissistic personality disorder

Narcissistic Personality Disorder


Those with Narcissistic Personality Disorders rarely seek treatment because they don’t recognize that they have a problem. However, treatment for this disorder is as crucial to well-being as treatment for any other disorder. Those who suffer from Narcissistic Personality Disorder are at a greater risk for depression and addictions such as substance and alcohol addictions, [...]

Narcissistic Personality Disorder2016-11-07T04:00:55+00:00
  • sex love addiction

Sex and Love Addictions


It’s important to note that sex and love addictions are separate addictions, although sometimes one person can suffer from both along with other addictions and other behavioral health challenges all at the same time. For example, many times a person who is an active sex and/or love addict will also have Narcissistic Personality Disorder. According [...]

Sex and Love Addictions2016-11-07T04:00:55+00:00
  • gambling addiction disorder

Gambling Addiction IS an Addictive Disorder


According to the American Psychiatric Association (APA), gambling is a disorder that most closely resembles drug and alcohol addiction. In fact, while gambling addiction had been categorized as an impulse control problem in the past, it is currently listed as an addictive disorder, the same as drugs and alcohol. Part of this new classification is [...]

Gambling Addiction IS an Addictive Disorder2014-10-29T07:10:11+00:00
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Accepting the Unacceptable Mental Health or Addiction Problem


No one says they want to be an addict, struggle with a mental health problem, or both when they grow up, or to have a loved one who struggles. No one wants to be told that these are actual diseases that will require long term recovery efforts and major lifestyle changes either. Unfortunately, millions of [...]

Accepting the Unacceptable Mental Health or Addiction Problem2016-11-07T04:00:55+00:00

What to Do About Depression


Everyone feels depressed from time to time due to life circumstances, when it lasts longer than two weeks, or begins to adversely affect relationships, work, or other aspects in life, then help is needed because “feeling down” and having an actual mood disorder of Depression are two different things. There is good news though. Depression [...]

What to Do About Depression2016-11-07T04:00:55+00:00
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