Month: December 2014

Why Do Men Cheat? 5 BIG Reasons!

Chances are you are reading this article because you recently found out that your man has been having an affair with another woman. You may also be exploring what appears here after discovering that the guy you have been dating is already married. If either situation applies to you, it is only natural to ask the question: Why do men cheat? Why Men Cheat Top Five Reasons The motivating factors behind what drives men to cheat are multi-factorial in nature. If you are involved with a narcissist, your husband or boyfriend probably thinks he is too smart to get...

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3 Tips for Dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder

Dealing with depression is never any fun. This is particularly true if you experience a dip in your mood during certain times of the year, such as late fall and winter. Specifically, we are talking about seasonal affective disorder (SAD). While the term SAD has been somewhat trivialized over the years, this form of depression can be a serious mental health issue. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal depression is a sub-type of depression, which is recognized by the American Psychiatric Association (APA). Many people think SAD is a stand-a-lone disorder but it’s not. To be diagnosed with SAD,...

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Explanations and Solutions for Mental Problems

What are Mental Problems? Mental problems can be defined from day-to-day worries to conditions that are very serious and long-term. The mental problems can be of neural or of psychotic nature. The neurotic mental problems are the severe emotional experiences like depressions, panic or anxiety whereas the psychotic are those that affects the normal judgement of a person and mostly they are hallucinations such as seeing, smelling or hearing things that are not real or even there at all. These problems affect the way we behave, think or feel. It is important to note that these mental problems need...

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What is Antisocial Personality Disorder?

What is antisocial personality disorder? It is known as “A psychiatric condition in which a person manipulates, exploits or violates the rights of others … this behavior is often criminal. One of the biggest signs of Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD) is a pervasive disregard for right and wrong and for society’s norms.” (Source: Dr. J. Clive Spiegel M.D. in a Health Guru Video – The symptoms of ASPD tend to be more obvious and identifiable in the late teens to early twenties. A person cannot be diagnosed with ASPD until he or she is at least 18 years...

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Give the Gift of Positive Mental Health

The holiday season is a great reminder about the spirit of giving and helping to those in need. Whether you donate a toy to a child, volunteer at a shelter, or participate in a giving campaign, you are making a difference in the lives of others. mental health is a growing need in this country. Today, 25 percent of Americans have a diagnosable mental illness and in some regions, such as Philadelphia, that rate increases to 30 percent. Fewer than half of those will seek treatment. mental health stigma is prevalent and often hinders individuals from seeking help. Although...

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