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Co-occurring Disorders: What Are They and How Are They Treated?

Co-occurring Disorders: What Are They and How Are They Treated?

Years ago, mental health was separate treatment from drug or alcohol addiction. The facilities for treatment were not the same and even the approach to therapy was different.

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What to Know About OCD and Its Treatment

What to Know About OCD and Its Treatment

Most of us have probably heard the term OCD, which stands for obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is often used as slang such as, “I’ve alphabetized all of my books…

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A Guide to Major Depressive Disorder

A Guide to Major Depressive Disorder

Most everyone at one time or another experiences moods of depression. That is normal. Yet, up to 26 percent of women and up to 12 percent of men have what is…

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A Guide to ADD Treatment

A Guide to ADD Treatment

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or ADD is a condition many children and adults deal with on a daily basis. The symptoms can be frustrating and interfere…

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Panic Disorder: What You Need to Know

Panic Disorder: What You Need to Know

Most people may feel anxiety or panic in certain situations. That’s normal and expected. Who doesn’t feel a pang of panic when they need to speak…

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Borderline personality disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder Treatment

Borderline personality disorder is a mental health disorder that affects almost 2 percent of the population. It affects how a person thinks about others and themselves.

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Anxiety And Substance Abuse: How they Connect

Social Anxiety: When It Happens, What It Feels Like and What to Do

It’s normal to feel anxious or a little afraid when meeting people for the first time, going to a party with people you don’t know well, or giving a speech in front of others….

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Histrionic Personality Disorder Treatment

Histrionic Personality Disorder Treatment

Histrionic personality disorder affects around 4 million people, or almost 2 percent of the population. It is indicative of specific behaviors, feelings, and emotions of the person with the disorder.

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