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The Disadvantages of Stress

Stress is an unavoidable part of our daily lives. What was originally meant to increase survival rates and aid instincts has now transitioned into...

The Important Role of Support in Child Mental Health Cases

Many often assume mental health problems can only affect adults. While it’s true adults are older and, therefore, have generally had more interactive experiences,...

The Increase of Mental Health Cases in Healthcare Facilities

Every year thousands of people seek help for mental health. Yet, hospitals and emergency rooms are understaffed and underprepared for the plethora of mental...

The Addictiveness of Binge Eating in Modern-Day Society

If you’ve read one of my previous posts, The Rise of Eating Disorders in Modern-Day Society, you may have recalled a number of different...

Society Says Size Matters: The Worth of Body Image

“What size are you?” An innocent, yet fear-inducing question often heard in clothing stores. For some women, this question alone is enough to send them...

The Rise of Eating Disorders in Modern-Day Society

Eating disorders have become extremely common, and, though they can affect everyone, they’ve become especially apparent amongst youth members of society. Often, eating disorders...

Progress in Combating Sexual Harassment

"Sexual harassment is a direct attack on another human being. The intention of sexual harassment is aggression and no excuses should not be made...

The Truth about Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse cases are being called in to American police departments more than ever before. From a police officer's point of view, “'It's certainly the...

The Significance Behind the Prevalence of Depression

Depression has started to reveal itself in a startling conglomeration of diverse examples.  While depression diagnoses in cancer patients isn’t uncommon, recent studies have...

The Prevalence of Child Abuse in Society

“Moooooom, can’t we just stay in the car?” I whined from the backseat of our mini-van over the screams of my baby brother from his...