mental illness

Mommamental: When Your Child's Anxiety Gives You Anxiety

It’s been a month since we moved to our new house in the hills Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   07.10.18   |   SHARE
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I’m A Therapist With Mental Illness

The most valuable thing though, being a therapist with mental illness, is that I get it. I know how desperate you feel to change your life. Read...
Amanda Edwards    |   06.14.18   |   SHARE
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Please reach out if you see someone struggling with depression. (Photo by nikko macaspac on Unsplash)

If You See Me Slipping Into Depression, Please Reach Out

Depression lingers like an unwelcome ghost trailing behind me. And most days, I accept that. I acknowledge that. And, I’m okay. What if one day I’m Read...
Erin Khar   |   06.11.18   |   SHARE
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We have a pandemic preoccupation with productivity we are obsessed with productivity.

We Are A Culture Obsessed With Productivity — And It's Literally Killing Us

We have a pandemic preoccupation with productivity we are obsessed with productivity. We reward “hard work” with money and praise and admiration and Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   06.7.18   |   SHARE
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While money does not prevent depression, it does facilitate the potential for happiness, or at the very least more management of unhappiness.

Money Does Not Prevent Depression — But It Probably Makes It Easier To Survive It

While money does not prevent depression, it does facilitate the potential for happiness, or at the very least more management of unhappiness. Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   06.6.18   |   SHARE
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When someone you love has bipolar disorder, here are some questions you can ask.

5 Questions To Ask When Someone You Love Has Bipolar Disorder

When someone you love has bipolar disorder, here are some questions you can ask. Understanding this disease is an important thing in this world. Read...
Mitzi Bockmann of Your Tango    |   06.1.18   |   SHARE
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While I would never have judged anyone else for having a mental illness, I couldn’t bring myself to ask for help.

Should We Still Be Talking About Stigma And Mental Illness?

While I would never have judged anyone else for having a mental illness, I couldn’t bring myself to ask for help. Consequences of stigma come from Read...
Dylan Brethour    |   05.23.18   |   SHARE
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Mommamental: Talk To Your Kids About Bipolar Disorder

Talk to your kids about Bipolar disorder! It's not a conversation any parent wants to have. But it’s a conversation every mentally ill parent needs Read...
joni edelman, RN   |   05.21.18   |   SHARE
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