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    How to Manage and Reduce Stress

    Stress has a negative effect on nearly every person’s mental health at some point or another. A person could be ...
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    Dealing With Holiday Anxiety and Depression

    The holidays are a time of joy for many, as they are often surrounded by family and friends while celebrating ...
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    Debunking the Millennial “Snowflake” Myth

    Have you heard the term “snowflake” being thrown around in recent months? The name is meant as a derogatory slam ...
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    Recognizing a Relapse in Schizophrenia

    Even with the best medical and mental health care, and the best of intentions and efforts, schizophrenic relapses still happen ...
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    The Link Between OCD and Schizophrenia

    Schizophrenia and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are two separate mental disorders that share some similar and overlapping qualities. Schizophrenia has been ...
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    Self-Harm and How to Avoid It

    Though those who have never self-harmed often think that those who do self-harm do so with the intention of suicide, ...
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    Dealing with Delusions in Schizophrenia

    What Are Delusions? While hallucinations are defined as “false perceptions,” schizophrenia.com defines delusions as “false beliefs or misinterpretations of events ...
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    4 Steps to Preventing Schizophrenic Relapse

    According to a Healthgrades, eighty to ninety percent of patients with schizophrenia will experience a post-diagnosis relapse at some point ...
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    Recognizing Schizophrenia in Young Adults

    At their onset, symptoms of schizophrenia in teenagers may not seem all that different from stereotypical adolescent behavior: moodiness, insomnia, ...
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    Predicting Psychosis in Young People

    A study published in March 2017 in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that young people at high risk for ...
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