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Tag Archives: Depression Treatment

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The Stress that Accompanies an Outbreak

The fear and anxiety that comes with a disease can be overwhelming and can cause strong emotions in both adults and children. And now, with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the stress of society’s current situation might be too much for some...

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Symptoms of Clinical Depression in African-Americans

Depression may be exhibited differently among African-Americans due to cultural differences. To help identify if you—or someone you know—requires screening for clinical depression from a licensed mental health counselor, Breaking Barriers...

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The Different Myths About Depression

The various myths and stigma that are related to depression caused needless shame and misery—which may stop people from getting the proper help and treatment they need. The following thoughts and statements reflect some of the common...

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How to Avoid Hampering Your Relationships

We all have our wounds and unresolved issues, and often we unknowingly drag these into our relationships. That is why Breaking Barriers Wellness & Counseling is here to provide you with top-quality mental health care in North Carolina, to help...

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What Black Panther Is Doing for the Mental Health of African...

“Representation affects people’s identity.” – Dr. Ruth Shim, Director of Cultural Psychiatry and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Davis. Depression is more likely felt by most...

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What Is Happening to the African American Youth?

According to Dr. Jeffrey Bridge, a researcher at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, suicide rates among African American children aged 5 to 11 have increased since 1993 and are persisting. Suicide was ranked as the 14th leading cause of death...

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