Mental Illness Isn’t ‘Laziness.’ Battling Mental Illness Is Exhausting.

Mental Illness Isn’t ‘Laziness.’ Battling Mental Illness Is Exhausting.

I often wish I could be a “normal” wife. I wish I could keep a clean house, cook dinners, bake, and have people over. I wish I could keep up on laundry and be organized. But no, the house is always a mess, I hardly ever cook, I rarely bake, and I’m always behind on laundry. Organization? I spend 20 minutes trying to find my textbook for school and several more trying to find a…

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7 Signs You Were Emotionally Neglected As A Child (And It’s Affecting You Now)

7 Signs You Were Emotionally Neglected As A Child (And It’s Affecting You Now)

Jonice Webb, PhD Expert Heartbreak, Self Childhood emotional neglect is both simple in its definition and powerful in its effects. It happens when your parents fail to respond enough to your emotional needs while they’re raising you. Emotional Neglect is an invisible, unmemorable childhood experience. Yet unbeknownst to you, it can hang over you like a cloud, coloring your entire adult life. What makes Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN) invisible and unmemorable? Several important factors. First, it can…

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13 Habits of People with Concealed Depression

13 Habits of People with Concealed Depression

Depression is something that should not be taken lightly. It is a serious condition, that is not easy to notice. Sometimes people suffer from depression for months or even years without knowing about it. Depressed people want to keep their troubles to themselves and don’t want to burden others. Here are 15 common habits that depressed people have, so take notice: 1. They are often talented and expressive A lot of famous people have experienced…

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Holiday lights from other worlds:Holiday lights don’t just shine on Earth – they also come from light-years away! For eight nights, we’re .watch video

Holiday lights from other worlds:Holiday lights don’t just shine on Earth – they also come from light-years away! For eight nights, we’re See another star system! These are real images of a planet ~100 light-years from #Earth. The bright light is 51 Eridani b, the most “Jupiter-like” planet ever imaged. Three years of observation shows only a fraction of its orbit. Happy holidays!#8DaysofExos pic.twitter.com/MZ4htOWGb1 — NASA Planetquest (@PlanetQuest) December 14, 2017 One small light is…

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7 Warning Signs Of Kidney Disease That People Should Pay Attention To

Human body is an amazing system that carries out specific functions. And every part of it is very important: you use your eyes to see, your ears to hear, etc. But what about kidneys? What is their job in your body? As it turns out, kidneys have a lot of work. These bean-shaped organs, located at the bottom of your rib cage, are responsible for removing waste and extra fluids from your body. They also keep…

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10 Signs You May Have Kidney Disease.Must Read

10 Signs You May Have Kidney Disease.Must Read

More than 30 million American adults are living with kidney disease and most don’t know it. “There are a number of physical signs of kidney disease, but sometimes people attribute them to other conditions. Also, those with kidney disease tend not to experience symptoms until the very late stages, when the kidneys are failing or when there are large amounts of protein in the urine. This is one of the reasons why only 10% of…

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Doctor tells woman to have ‘as much sex as she can handle’ to treat bipolar disorder

Richard Hartley-Parkinson for Metro.co.ukThursday 14 Dec 2017 6:50 am A woman has been told to have more orgasms to help with bipolar disorder (Picture: Getty) A woman has said that she was prescribed orgasms to help her overcome her depression. The woman, given the name Penny Sullivan, says she was told to have ‘as much sex as she could handle’ in a bid to help with her low moods, anxiety and depression. She was diagnosed…

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Treatable Immune System Disorder Could Be Mistaken For Schizophrenia or Bipolar Disorder

Summary: A major finding from researchers at Houston Methodist reveals a significant number of people diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder may actually have a treatable immune system disorder. The condition causes NMDA receptors to stop functioning properly and can result in symptoms commonly associated with neuropsychiatric disorders. Source: Houston Methodist. Researchers at Houston Methodist believe that a significant number of people diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder may actually have a treatable immune system…

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Bipolar Disorder: 16 Typical Symptoms To Look Out For

Bipolar disorder (formerly known as “manic depression”) is a disorder in which you experience dramatic shifts in mood, thinking, and energy levels. It’s estimated that about 2.6 percent of Americans are living with bipolar disorder. Without proper treatment, the condition can get worse and have a significant negative impact on the quality of your life.   It’s important to know how to recognize bipolar disorder in case you or your loved one has the condition and…

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How to Ease Muscle Soreness.must read

By Linda Melone | Edited by Matt Butler Whether it was a vigorous workout, starting a new fitness program, or simply trying a new exercise, it’s more than likely you’ll suffer from muscle soreness. The muscle soreness that occurs 24 to 48 hours after working out, results from microscopic damage to muscle fibers during strenuous physical activity. While it’s common to suffer from sore muscles, it can be debilitating, uncomfortable, and just downright painful at…

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