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Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week: ‘Tully’ is misrepresentation of postpartum depression, say mental health advocates
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Whenever a new cult film intends to represent the story of ordinary people, hopes and expectations soar automatically. But there is a downside too, which circumferences the possibility of misinterpretation or misrepresentation of critical facts. That’s why Charlize Theron starrer “Tully”, released on May 2, 2018, has garnered criticism from many for misguiding viewers into […]


Good Morning America’s weather correspondent Ginger Zee opens up about depression and suicide
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“The only voices I could hear were telling me, ‘You are not worth it.” Ginger Zee Depression is a highly crippling disorder generating a sense of worthlessness and hopelessness accompanied by thoughts of suicide. Many succumb to their desolation and become recluses, others maintain an outwardly calm though they may be fraught with worries inside. […]


World Mental Health Day: Kristen Bell plans to discuss psychiatric issues with her kids
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Bad things do happen, and sadness is a common emotion. Many of us have heard our parents saying, “It is okay to be sad; you need not pretend to be happy, when you are actually feeling low inside.” However, very few guardians are able to discern feelings of continual sadness as a sign of depression. […]


Rita Simons of EastEnders bares all, talks about her anxiety problems
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Noted English actress and singer Rita Simons, who essayed the role of Roxy Mitchell in the BBC soap opera EastEnders between 2007 and 2017, has revealed her battle with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Simons described the experience as feeling a terrible knot in her stomach. Simons reiterated how she found it exceedingly difficult to focus […]


Smoking during pregnancy increasing among women with depression
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Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body and leads to numerous diseases. In addition to reducing the overall health of the smokers in general. Smoking during pregnancy can cause birth defects, premature birth and even death of the infant. A new research conducted at the Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and the […]


Don’t be a Bully Month: Relational aggression is a reality
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Described as an aggressive behavior involving real or perceived balance of power or strength, bullying behavior can be seen in both men and women. While most studies focus on boys as aggressors, girls can be bullies too. Though both boys and girls are known to indulge in bullying behavior, relational aggression is more common in […]


Women’s Equality Day: When it comes to mental health, gender equality matters
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Gender equality is a favorite topic for political or social discourses. While discussing it, one generally focuses on the economic and political aspects, such as inequality in pay or position of power, and sometimes, the physical and psychological aspects, such as violence against women. However, the consequences of gender inequality, especially how it affects the […]


National Friendship Day: Helping a friend through traumatic event recall
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Undergoing a traumatic experience can be extremely distressing and often threatening. It can result in the individual feeling fearful, even when relatively safe; constantly be on the edge; feel numb and detached; and disrupt his/her ability to come to terms with the event. Though most people recover from the trauma, it can resurface in the […]


Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week: Woman who stood between America and birth defects epidemic
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Birth defects are the major public health issue in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), birth defects affect about 3 percent of all babies born in the country each year and account for 20 percent of all infant deaths. Research shows that prenatal substance abuse is a leading […]


Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness – 3: Jacqueline Hurst
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A public speaker and ground-breaking life coach, Jacqueline Hurst is a well-known figure who helps uplift her clients emotionally and mentally and achieve their highest potential. Hurst’s online school, The Life Class, provides her clients with resources to help them live more optimally and become coaches themselves. She is also a hypnotherapist and helps people […]


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