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  • How to Recognize Drug-Induced Psychosis January 23, 2019
    Is it possible to distinguish drug-induced psychosis from other types of psychosis? Find out and learn more about the impacts of drug-induced psychosis.
  • Why Should I Go to Therapy? 8 Signs It’s Time to See a Therapist January 18, 2019
    Have you ever caught yourself wondering, "Should I go to therapy?" If so, find out! Learn why going to therapy can be important and how it can help.
  • Dispelling 6 Common Myths About Oppositional Defiant Disorder January 17, 2019
    Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) can carry with it judgement and stigma. Here, we discuss some common ODD myths to increase awareness of this diagnosis.
  • Couvade Syndrome: When Expectant Dads Get Pregnancy Symptoms January 16, 2019
    When a couple is expecting a child, sometimes the father gets pregnancy symptoms alongside the mother. These may include nausea, weight gain, cramps, and more.
  • What Is the Age Limit for Adoptive Parents in America? January 15, 2019
    Infographic Text: What Is the Age Limit for Adoptive Parents in America? The answer depends on where you live. Only 16 states list specific minimum age requirements for adoption. These states require the parents to be at least 18 years old: Connecticut Kentucky Louisiana Montana New Jersey Tennessee Washington These states require the parents to […]
  • Can Antidepressants Stop Working? January 10, 2019
    Infographic Text: Can Antidepressants Stop Working? Yes. Some people do develop a tolerance to antidepressants, seeing less and less results from a drug that previously helped. This process is sometimes called ADT tachyphylaxis. Estimates vary, but research suggests 25% of people taking antidepressants for depression will eventually develop a tolerance. This number rises to 42% […]
  • When Stress Is a Headache: The Link Between Trauma and Migraines January 10, 2019
    Some research links migraine headaches to trauma and adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs. What can be done when trauma triggers these headaches?
  • Why Do Children Lie? Normal, Compulsive, and Pathological Lying in Kids January 7, 2019
    Contrary to some beliefs, children may lie for a wide variety of reasons. But when is lying a sign that something more serious may be affecting your child?
  • Foot-Tapping and Hand-Flapping: Why Do People Stim? January 4, 2019
    Stimming is a type of repetitive behavior that stimulates one's senses. While stims may look alarming to caregivers, these behaviors are generally harmless.
  • How Long Does Withdrawal Last? January 3, 2019
    The symptoms of drug withdrawal can be distressing and persistent. The withdrawal period can vary depending on which drug a person is quitting.