Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a complex mental health condition that affects millions of individuals worldwide.
A lot of people experience anxiety as more than just an occasional moment of uneasy tension.
Many people have suicidal thoughts and feelings sometimes. You may feel overwhelmed with pain and don’t feel like you can cope with all that’s going on.
Teenagers in low socioeconomic settings who spend a moderate amount of time online after a stressful experience deal with adversity far better.
If you do not have diabetes, you may not understand that it is a life-altering problem.
It can often feel difficult to escape a bad news story.
The coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe has not only left many anxious about life and death issues.
In New York and elsewhere in the US, we’re starting to close down. A hush falls. A new place emerges.
This time of year, is expected by many to be filled with joy and sharing good memories with loved ones, friends and family.
If you are currently reading this, then you have most likely experienced the loss of an infant or a miscarriage.
To further explore how people cope with such events, I recently interviewed Kathleen Parrish, Clinical Director of Cottonwood Tucson.