Managing Adult ADHD – Tips to Help You

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Before managing adult ADHD, you need to understand what ADHD is. ADHD stands for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. ADHD is a mental health disorder and a neurological condition that results in people with this condition having persistent problems including difficulty paying attention, being hyperactive and/or engaging in impulsive behaviors, which are not appropriate for that person’s age.

Mental Health Awareness Week: Keeping a Mindfulness Journal

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October 4th, 2020 to October 10th, 2020 was Mental Health Awareness Week. This international week is dedicated to raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health. The week provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.…

Addiction Recovery App: Sobriety Tracker to Remain Accountable

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Addiction is a chronic mental disorder characterized by compulsive drug or substance seeking, consistent and frequent use despite harmful consequences, and long-term changes to the brain/nervous system. Addiction is a complex brain disorder, medical and mental illness. This mental disorder is the most severe form of substance use disorder.…

Virtual Psychotherapy Resources with CareClinic

A psychotherapist helps with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, anger, marriage, divorce, relationships, communication, sexual problems, sex therapy, co-dependency, and adults emotionally, physically or sexually abused as children, women’s issues, stress management.

CareClinic was a tool designed to help patients (particularly those with Chronic Illness) manage their health outside of a clinical environment.…

What Does Chronic Pain Do To A Person? Understanding And Managing Arthritis

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Chronic pain, autoimmune conditions, and/or idiopathic diseases can all be debilitating conditions. Often times the symptoms are invisible. Those who suffer from such a disease may feel like they don’t have the support that other’s with more visible illnesses get.

Society’s expectations on what illnesses should look like can leave those who suffer from the aforementioned diseases feeling despondent.…