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Should You Tell Your Employer About Your Depression?

  Mental health issues like depression can be debilitating. Anyone who has experienced clinical depression knows that there is a difference between the occasional sad mood and feelings of deep despair. Often, these feelings of depression can hinder a person from being functional at work. However, because depression has such a huge stigma, it is . . . . Continue Reading


Stigmas About Mental Illness Being Contagious Causes Harm

“Don’t come too close to me. You’re sick.” We have all said something like this to a person who was visibly ill. We know illnesses like a bad cold or the flu can be contagious but what about mental illnesses?  Despite compelling evidence that mental illnesses are not contagious, many still believe that being around a person . . . . Continue Reading


5 Signs Your Roommate is On the Verge of Relapse

Relapse is never something that just happens by accident, it is a process that slowly but surely creeps its way into the life of someone who is in recovery from drugs and/or alcohol. If you are living with someone in recovery, especially for those in a halfway house, there are ways to try and spot . . . . Continue Reading


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