Daily Archives: October 22, 2016

Coping With Grief: How to Handle Your Emotions

Traumatic events are a shock to the mind and body, and lead to a variety of emotions. Coping with grief takes time, help from others, and the knowledge that grieving isn’t easy. Grief is an emotion that takes time to … Continue reading

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How to Get Out of Bed When You’re Depressed

A woman on ProjectBeyondBlue.com, my depression community, recently asked me this: “You exercise daily and eat the right things. You research and write this stuff for a living. But what about those of us who can’t get out of bed … Continue reading

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Addicted to Stress? Surrender and Go With the Flow

By Judith Orloff, MD, Special to Everyday Health There’s a telling detail in the latest “Stress in America” survey from the American Psychological Association. About half of the respondents (48 percent) reported being regularly stressed out because they are “unable to control … Continue reading

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Understanding the ‘Rollercoaster’ Known as Bipolar Disorder

By Dr. Sanjay Gupta Millions of Americans have the mood disorder, yet it is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Indiscriminate. Wild. Exhausting. That’s how Brad Shreve describes bipolar disorder, a mental illness that causes dramatic shifts in mood and energy. Millions … Continue reading

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