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Category Archives: Mental Health

When Is It a Quirk & When Is It Mental Illness?

Mental illnesses and quirks may overlap as both involve unique or unusual behaviors. While one person may seem quirky and […]

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The Negative (& Positive) Effects of Social Media on Mental Health

Social media platforms’ invention and meteoric rise have revolutionized how we communicate with others and perceive the narrative of our […]

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How Childhood Trauma Affects Us as Adults

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) defines childhood trauma as “the experience of an event by a child that […]

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Is Anxiety a Disability?

Anxiety can be considered a disability when it interferes with a person’s daily life and ability to function in their […]

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Navigating a Resume / Employment Gap Caused by a Mental Health Absence

Mental health affects how an individual handles stress, makes choices, manages relationships, and maintains their physical well-being. Up to 10.7% […]

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Is Homelessness a Mental Health Issue?

Homelessness has always been a major societal concern, with hundreds of thousands of homeless individuals¹ around the United States (over […]

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Gallup Poll Shows Depression at Record Highs

If you’ve been pondering the collective state of mental health in the United States and feel that it is getting […]

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Can I Have a Real Relationship After Mental Health or Addiction Treatment?

Starting new relationships, after a course of mental health therapy or substance abuse treatment, is a touchy subject, mainly because […]

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Understanding the Concept of Enmeshment

As you have undoubtedly read elsewhere on the website, The Sylvia Brafman Mental Health Center is dedicated to both the […]

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Can Someone Have Functional Depression?

Functional depression, sometimes referred to as high-functioning depression or dysthymia, is a term used to describe individuals who experience symptoms […]

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