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Common Causes of Anger Management Issues

Anger is a natural and instinctive response to threats. However, it becomes a problem when you have trouble controlling it. Uncontrolled anger is detrimental to a person’s physical and emotional health. As a provider mental health service...

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Sex Addiction: Often Not Discussed but Nonetheless Real

People usually associate addictions with substance abuse, such as in alcohol and drug addictions. However, sex addiction is considered similar to these compulsive behaviors. It can be highly dangerous and impact a person’s relationships. As...

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Stress and How It Can Negatively Affect You

Stress in itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. According to stress.org, it is the body’s physical response when it thinks it is under attack. This causes various releases of hormones and physical reactions. While this response is important...

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How Therapy Can Help You With Self-Esteem Issues

Self-esteem refers to the opinion we have of ourselves. This is based on past experiences and beliefs we have about ourselves. Having low self-esteem means that you struggle to value yourself. According to counseling directory, this can affect...

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Ending Mental Health Stigma in the African American Community

A striking aspect of mental health disorders is the universality of the stigma around it. And like every problem that pervades the fabric of the society, the minority and those who are less privileged are the ones most affected. This stigma...

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Mental Health in the African American Community

To talk about mental health in the African American community is to understand the historical dehumanization and oppression they have experienced as a people, which evolved into the structural and institutional racism they face today. As a...

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