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Dissociative Identity Disorder Treatment

Dissociative Identity Disorder Treatment

Dissociative identity disorder affects a small part of the population. It is a complex medical condition, so there is a lot to learn about it.

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Anxiety And Substance Abuse

Anxiety And Substance Abuse

Plenty of people drink socially and many people have anxiety. Yet, when the two are mixed it can cause greater disquietude, especially in those with an existing anxiety disorder…

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Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

The concept of “OCD” has made its way into everyday conversation and is often used to describe certain quirks of personality. For example, you’ve probably heard…

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder: An Overview

Generalized Anxiety Disorder: An Overview

Anxiety disorders affect many people across the globe. When it comes to generalized anxiety disorder, it is a constant worry. People may worry over anything…

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Antisocial Personality Disorder Treatment

Antisocial Personality Disorder Treatment

People with an antisocial personality disorder don’t follow society’s norms, are deceitful and intimidating in relationships, and are inconsiderate of the rights of others. People with this type of personality may take part in criminal activity.

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Schizoid Personality Disorder

Schizoid Personality Disorder Treatment

Schizoid Personality Disorder may sound similar to someone being schizophrenic. Yet, this disorder is not the same at all, although it may have the same underlying genetic architecture.

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Anxiety Disorder: A Comprehensive Guide

Here is more on anxiety disorders: what an anxiety disorder is, why it happens, who gets it, what the symptoms are, and what treatment options exist.

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How to Recognize Clinical Depression in the Early Stages

Clinical depression is an alternate term for major depression[i], one of the most serious and widespread mental health conditions in the U.S. Recognition of the onset of…

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