WELLNESS BLOG

How to Embark on a Journey of Mental Healing

How to Embark on a Journey of Mental Healing

Have you reached a point where you feel emotional distress is too much to handle? Whether it is due to being in a toxic relationship, past trauma, a significant life transition, or the loss of a loved one, emotional distress can hinder your personal growth and...

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Secrets of the Adaptable Mind

Secrets of the Adaptable Mind

Change is a constant. The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus first observed it. Many thinkers, authors, and creators have also embraced the idea. An adaptable mind is the key to surviving and thriving in this constant state of change.  The human brain is a fantastic...

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Understanding Quiet Quitting Burnout

Understanding Quiet Quitting Burnout

With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, how people worked dramatically changed. As work from home (WFH) became the new norm, another phenomenon was brewing: quiet quitting.  While not necessarily quitting the job, the phenomenon of quiet quitting brought forth a...

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Can Anxiety Cause Vertigo

Can Anxiety Cause Vertigo

Do you ever feel dizzy, unstable on your feet, or lightheaded despite having no medical condition that might be causing your vertigo? Yes, this can be your anxiety. ​To support the work of the people working on TherapyHunter.com, we may receive compensation if you...

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Substance Abuse Counseling

Substance Abuse Counseling

Substance abuse affects millions of individuals and families throughout the world, destroying the lives of everyone involved. Still, people with substance abuse can choose to change their behavior. Substance abuse counseling can be a safe setting to break the habit...

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Signs of Dementia

Signs of Dementia

Dementia is a medical condition in which a person's thinking, behavior, and social skills decline. It commonly manifests as a combination of symptoms, such as forgetfulness and a decline in mental abilities, as well as problems with visual perception and the ability...

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Differences Between Hallucinations and Delusions

Differences Between Hallucinations and Delusions

Hallucinations and delusions profoundly influence one's perception of reality, making it challenging to distinguish between what is real and what isn't. While both are parts of distorted reality, they are different. Understanding the distinction between hallucinations...

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Living with Self-Harm Scars

Living with Self-Harm Scars

How to Cope with Reminders of the Past Self-harm scars can be a painful reminder of your mental struggles. For many, it’s something embarrassing that they must hide. However, you may not realize that embracing those scars is part of the healing process.  If you have...

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Family Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

Family Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder (BD) is a chronic mental health condition characterized by extreme shifts in mood and energy levels. It was initially referred to as "manic depression." Bipolar disorder includes episodes of mania, hypomania, and depression. Family therapy for bipolar...

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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Parents who have children with disabilities, injuries, or illnesses understand how difficult daily life can be for both their children and themselves. If your child has difficulty with self-care routines such as dressing and feeding themselves, self-soothing, avoiding...

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Music for Meditation (Calm Your Mind with Tunes)

Music for Meditation (Calm Your Mind with Tunes)

Imagine your favorite music becoming the backdrop to your inner calm. Sounds intriguing, right? Get ready to uncover the magic of music on meditation as we explore how music can seamlessly weave into your meditation practice. For reducing stress and improving general...

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Blinded in Love: The Psychology Behind it Explained

Blinded in Love: The Psychology Behind it Explained

The phrase ‘blinded in love’ isn’t just something out of literature or songs– it’s an actual condition we humans experience. Of course, you don’t lose your vision, but your ability to see things rationally is heavily impacted.  Being so-called blinded by love can be a...

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Adulting with ADHD (Insights and Tips)

Adulting with ADHD (Insights and Tips)

Did you know that an estimated 8 million adults in the US have ADHD?  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) develops in children but may go undiagnosed until adulthood. Many adults don’t even realize that they have this condition and continue struggling...

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What are the 7 stages of grief?

What are the 7 stages of grief?

Grief is a natural response to losing someone or something that is important to you. You may feel a variety of emotions, like sadness or loneliness. And you might experience it for several different reasons. Maybe a loved one died, a relationship ended, or you lost...

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Key Benefits of Therapy

Key Benefits of Therapy

We all experience challenges that sometimes put our resilience and coping mechanisms to the test. When our existing coping skills are not enough or adequate, psychotherapy can help. The five key benefits of therapy you may get are: Stress reduction and better stress...

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ICD-10 For Bipolar Disorder

ICD-10 For Bipolar Disorder

Thе ICD-10 The ICD- 10 has catеgoriеs for various variations of bipolar disordеr, likе bipolar I disordеr (F31. 0),  bipolar II disordеr (F31. 1),  cyclothymic disordеr (F34. 0),  and othеr spеcifiеd bipolar disordеrs (F31. 8 and F31. 9).  Critеria for еach kind is...

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Drug Induced Psychosis

Drug Induced Psychosis

At a party, you find yourself faced with a choice, a pill or a joint pass. It may appear an innocuous means to enjoy oneself, but are you aware of the potential road to drug-induced psychosis? It is vital to understand the dangers at hand and carefully consider your...

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Play Therapy

Play Therapy

What is Play Therapy? Play therapy is more than just playing with toys. It is a form of psychotherapy that uses play to assess, prevent, or treat psychosocial challenges experienced by the child. It can be used with adults, but most commonly it is used with children....

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Best Books on Codependency

Best Books on Codependency

To begin, books are a great resource for gaining insights and learning ways to fix a codependent relationship. In this article, we’ll list the best books on codependency from seasoned psychologists and authors.  Codependent relationships aren’t happy or healthy. While...

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Signs a Fearful Avoidant Loves You

Signs a Fearful Avoidant Loves You

Does a fearful avoidant love you? You’ve been on many dates already and feel like it’s meant to be. You have that feeling in your heart that this is something special. The spark is there. But they wouldn’t openly confess their love to you. So what gives?  Well,...

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Therapy For Sexual Assault

Therapy For Sexual Assault

Therapy for Sexual Assault Victims Have you ever turned to look into the eyes of a person who had experienced the unimaginable horrors of sexual assault? If you do, you see a glimmer of resolve. An intense cry for help in the midst of their suffering and...

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Love Bombing Then Ghosting

Love Bombing Then Ghosting

It’s not you, dating can be quite complicated today. One moment you’re being showered with affection, and the next instance, they’re not even replying to your texts. What went wrong? You’re confused, agitated, and maybe sad, too.  If that’s what’s happened to you, the...

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