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    6 Myths About Mental Illness and Facts Behind Them

    Did you know that every 1 in 4 adults suffers from a psychiatric or mental disorder, and that 6% of those have a lifelong condition? The World Mental Health Day is behind us. Its main purpose is to raise awareness about mental health issues and destigmatize the people who have mental disorders...
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    Understanding the Mental Health and Mental Illness

    Mental illnesses have long been a major cause of death and disability. From 30 to 60 per cent of all patients who consult doctors do so primarily for complaints due to emotional disorders. Many productive persons continuously maintain a chronically neurotic adjustment to life. And most...
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    How the Mechanisms of Mental Ill-Health Works

    The behavior of the mentally ill patient is not qualitatively different from that of healthy persons or from his own behavior before his illness developed. In fact, the behavior and the thinking of the mentally ill are strange only because they are exaggerated or inappropriate to particular...
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    Why Mental Toughness Is Far More Important Than Physical Toughness

    Mental Health Mental fitness is a scale of psychological relief or a lack of mental illness. It is the "psychological situation of anyone who is functioning at a fitting degree of emotional and social adjustment. From the outlook of constructive psychology, intellectual health might also...
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    Taking It to the Limit: Eating Disorders and the Scourge of Perfectionism

    By Amanda Robins I think perfectionism is a disease, creeping up on us and spreading into all areas of our lives, colouring and tainting our existence with its demands and judgements. Our professional lives of course, but also our hobbies, our friendships, our intimate relationships and our...
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    What If You Could Control An Illness With Your Mind?

    Most people are very well-aware of the power of suggestion. There is scientific proof that we have the potential to use our minds to heal us of illness. What was once considered pseudoscience is no longer. An example of this is the placebo effect. As stated in an article from Harvard Men's...
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