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6 Important Things about Eating Disorder Recovery

Eating disorders are commonly defined as psychological illnesses characterized by abnormal eating habits that exist alongside an obsession with an unhealthy body-image. Eating disorders typically involve either insufficient or excessive food intake, and many persist to the extent they become extremely damaging to an individual’s physical and mental health in ways both visible and invisible. The path to recovery from eating disorders is not a . . . . Continue Reading


6 Things to Look for in Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual diagnosis describes the coexisting struggle with both mental illness and drug/alcohol addiction. The relationship between the two is very complex, and a lot of the time people confuse the symptoms of one for another, so the treatment of people with dual diagnosis issues is more complicated than the treatment of either mental illness of addiction . . . . Continue Reading


6 Ways Drugs Affect the Neuroscience of the Brain

The brain has an intricate system of nerves and neurotransmitters enabling neurons to produce signals communicating with itself in various circumstances to create our senses and perceptions. So of course when foreign molecules are introduced into the brain they can corrupt this communication system. Drugs do this by mimicking brain’s neurotransmitters or by hijacking their . . . . Continue Reading


6 of the Most Disliked Personalities

Nobody’s perfect, and sometimes we judge people based off of the things that make the least sense. Other times we get to know someone a little, and realize their personality (or lack thereof) does not mesh very well with our own. It seems statistically everybody loves optimists, nobody dislikes narcissists, and we all have some . . . . Continue Reading


6 Parts of the Body Affected by Binge Watching TV

Looking at the data used by Netflix it was discovered that people prefer to watch TV-shows in long sessions as opposed to several short sessions, and a lot of us knows what that feels like. Sitting on the couch for hours on end focused on whatever drama is unfolding on-screen to distract us from the . . . . Continue Reading


6 Signs You Are Artificially Creating Conflict in Your Life

Conflict can be described in many ways. There is emotional conflict, conflict of interests, or even constructive competitive conflict. But typically conflict is something that is damaging to both our own mental health as well as the relationships and values we hold as most important to us. Some say that all conflict comes from somewhere . . . . Continue Reading


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