Mental Health

12-18   Study indicates link between perfectionism and suicide risks

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Perfectionism is a common fixation for those with certain conditions, such as obsessive compulsive disorder. However, just how risky or dangerous can this seemingly unattainable quality be when it goes unchecked? Studies now indicate that the link between suicide and perfectionism may be stronger than researchers previously perceived. This makes it all the more relevant […]

12-17   Navigating through the holidays with PTSD

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While most folks are enjoying the holiday merriment, the hustle and bustle, parties and presents, people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are probably not. For someone in the early stages of recovering from a significant trauma, the holiday festivities may introduce triggers that can rip the scab right off their wound. Sometimes it is […]

11-12   Building positive relationships with coworkers

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Let’s face it; since people typically spend more time with their coworkers than their families, it is a good idea to try and make the workplace a pleasant place to be. Nobody wants to trudge through what amounts to a large chunk of one’s lifetime in an environment that is stagnant, grim and unfriendly. No […]

11-06   Suicide prevention: There’s an app to help

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Preventing a suicide is difficult. Only by close contact with a person might we spot a warning sign in the form of a comment or action. Following the tragedy of an actual suicide, one of the more common reactions of those who knew the person is looking for that sign or symptom to provide them […]

‘Suicide Crisis’: Media attention brings suicide, mental health disorders back into mainstream light

10-14   ‘Suicide Crisis’: Media attention brings suicide, mental health disorders back into mainstream light

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Suicide is defined as the intentional taking of one’s own life. Unfortunately, the subject of suicide amid the general population has been silent in recent years, excluding the focus on military veterans that were involved in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Following World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th and Mental Illness Awareness Week Oct. […]

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