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Alicia Trautwein Brings Awareness to Parenting Children with Autism

It seems like times are changing and we are living in an era when mental health is taken as seriously as physical health. More and more people are speaking about their experiences and advocating to bring awareness to different diagnosis. Advocates are creating the appropriate environments for everyone to feel comfortable talking about their own diagnosis. The Mom Kind, created by Alicia Trautwein, aims to bring awareness to parenting children
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COVID-19: The Psychological Impact of Quarantine and How to Reduce It

The effects of quarantine, due to the new coronavirus, have been felt all around the globe. While industry and national economies have been heavily impacted, there’s also a substantial impact on the mental health of people everywhere. The lockdown has caused many people to be stuck at home for long periods on end. Try to be aware of your emotions and deal with them as best you can. Read on
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Why You Need To Try Self-Hypnosis

Hypnosis is not that tool for entertainment that you see on television; it is a proven therapy.  Hypnotherapy has been recognized and approved by the American Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association as a valuable therapeutic tool in medicine.  We have all been exposed to meditation and the benefits it can have on our emotional and mental wellbeing, but hypnosis has been a hidden but very valuable tool that
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Clutter, Your Home, and Your Mental Health

Americans own a lot of things. They own books and CDs, Bluetooth speakers and old DVD players, and piles and piles of paperwork. They own photographs in photo albums, photo boxes, and photo frames. They own souvenirs, collectibles, and so, so much more. And it's all burying them: People feel crowded out of their own homes, overwhelmed by clutter, and just plain stressed out. It's no secret that mess creates
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Top Leadership Skills Required For Social Work

Strong and dynamic leadership serves as the foundation of any given organization. Be it a public sector institution or a non-governmental organization. Leadership carves out the organizational structure, communications channels and a wide range of other aspects that define an organization. However, in the case of social work organizations, leadership plays an even stronger and grander role. This is primarily because, unlike profit-driven organizations, and social work is focused on
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The Best Way To Conduct Self Healing After Breakup

Breakups are painful and self healing is one the best way to recover from it. The phenomenon of healing is appreciated worldwide and to conduct self healing is the best way to recover for long term. People have started recognising its power to build mental and physical strength. To help one learn the process of healing, many gurus or meditation practitioners have started to conduct sessions and pass their knowledge
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Wellness: How to Be Your Best Self

We all want to look and feel our best, but how do we do it? Here are a few practical and simple ways to look great, feel fantastic, and reach your full potential. Get Health Insurance Millions of Americans don't have health insurance. If you're serious about keeping yourself healthy, you need to sign up for health care. An insurance company can provide you with protection so you never have
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Mental Health: 5 Ways to Get Through the Winter Blues

Does winter have you feeling blue? If you are like me and an estimated 10 million other Americans, you could be experiencing a case of the winter blues, or perhaps the more moderate form known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. . .how fitting. The winter blues or SAD typically tends to set in during late fall and early winter. The shorter days and lack of sunlight, along with plunging
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#LetsTalk: 5 Facts Everyone Should Know About Mental Illness

Unfortunately, there are still a lot of myths, misconceptions, and stigma surrounding mental illnesses. For instance, many people believe that mental health disorders don’t affect children, or that people with mental illnesses can simply ‘snap out of it.’ The truth is that mental health issues can affect everyone and are serious diseases, just like physical illnesses. To help you understand the complex nature of psychological health, here are five facts
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The Path to Emotional Recovery After a Traumatic Accident

A traumatic personal injury can leave scars in places other than just the body. It depends on how traumatic the experience was, how severe the physical damages were for all those involved in the injury, and how much they have to suffer because of those injuries in the long term. Loss of limbs could lead to unemployment, and so can a traumatic brain injury. On top of all the physical