Common symptoms of mental illness: lack of motivation

The type of brain disorder I particularly focus is not a disorder itself but a symptom. And the one I focus is motivation. Motivation could be defined just as the willingness for you to do something. We see that this lack of motivation appears in people with depression, in people with schizophrenia, in people with attention deficit disorders for example. […]

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KSOC-TV: Finding Help, Finding Hope; A Forum with SAMHSA & NBC4 Washington

Hello everyone and welcome to KSOC-TV, brought to you by SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. We’re bringing you timely, relevant technical assistance on a whole host of issues related to the mental health needs of children, youth, and families. I’m Stephanie Dukes. We understand how critical it is to find help if you think your child may […]

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Taraji P. Henson Shares Wedding Details and Gets Serious About Mental Health

-Welcome back, pal. -Thank you. -We have so much to talk about. -So much. -I really — I want to say congratulations because you’re engaged, and that’s fantastic. [ Cheers and applause ] I love you. That’s awesome. I love you. I want to hear the scoop. I want to hear the scoopity poop, the whoopity scoop, scoopity poop. I […]

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USING MENTAL ILLNESS AS A MARKETING TOOL *RANT*

ha hey guys so last night I was scrolling on the old Twitter feed and I came across this ad that kind of threw me off a little bit Applebee’s hashtag lo sizzle tonin get cured with loaded fajitas and then it shows like a typical picture of a human brain it’s similar to like the advertisements for antidepressants and […]

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How mental illness affects family relationships

It’s not uncommon in mental illness, for the child to be made to feel like they have got the power to make the parent feel better or worse or even that they are responsible. for what happens to the parent. I think it depends on the person and the family, because if you’re made to feel like you’re responsible for […]

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Mental Health Peer Support Group

I was having trouble with depression, so I went to the emergency room and they cared for me and sent me on to Mesa Vista. That was really hard for me to experience. She came in and talked to me like a normal person, it kind of gave me a spark of hope that I never had before. So it […]

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Wurrimiyanga’s (Nguiu) holistic approach to mental health

Are you still hearing voices? Are they talking to you? This is why you come here. Do you have medication? Mental illness is a big issue in our society especially if you live in remote communities like Nguiu on Bathurst Island, in the Arafura sea. Take tablets Every night Tablets for voices? For Voices In early 2000 the area recorded […]

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Bipolar Disorder and Feeling Things So Deeply

What’s up, y’all? It’s Hannah. Life with bipolar. Emotional extremes. And what it’s like to feel everything so deeply. A quote that sums it all up: “It is a blessing and a curse to feel everything so very deeply.” There is so much truth in that. We are built off of emotions and feelings. It’s how we communicate. It’s how […]

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10 Leading Causes of Mental Illness & Stress in Men

hi guys ok today we are doing the ten leading causes of mental illness and stress in men so let’s get started here first is believe it or not fox news yes fox news and the election and everything going on is the leading cause of mental illness and stress in men that’s because they yell at the TV and […]

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Bulimia nervosa – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology

Bulimia nervosa, often just called bulimia, is a disorder that is characterized by rapid, out-of-control binge eating past the point of fullness or comfort, followed by purging either by self-induced vomiting done manually or sometimes with ipecac syrup, by taking laxatives, or by using diuretics. To fit the diagnosis, these cycles of binging and purging must repeat consistently at least […]

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