NOT QUITE MANIC

The term “hypomania” can be confusing for some since the prefix “hypo” means “under” or “less than,” which could lead you to believe it refers

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ARE YOU PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE?

     Passive-aggressive behavior is not a healthy way to deal with anger. While it’s easy to recognize in others―especially those we live and work with―noticing

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OBSESSION OR PERFECTION?

People commonly claim OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) for behaviors that are preferences, not compulsions. However, there is a difference between having OCD and liking things

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COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) may sound complicated and even intimidating, but when broken down to its core, it is simply the therapeutic method of identifying and

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HELP FROM AN UNEXPECTED PLACE

Spending more time on the phone is not the usual recommendation for people dealing with stress issues. However, there are several apps that can assist

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DEALING WITH WORKPLACE BURNOUT

Some jobs, such as first responders, involve obvious stressors; however, even an office job can be stressful enough to cause burnout, especially when outside elements

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