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10
Aug

The Best Mental Health Movies to Watch in 2020

Film is a fantastic medium to explore issues like mental health and, just as importantly, mental illness. Of course, not all mental health movies are created equal. The best mental health movies can inspire and incite positive change, where the worst ones can insult and bring about feelings of shame. We know how frustrating poorly...
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19
May

5 Ways to Break Stigma During Mental Health Awareness Week

The Mental Health Foundation‘s Mental Health Awareness Week is here (May 18th-24th), and the theme this year is kindness. That means showing kindness both to others and to yourself. But what are you supposed to do during Mental Health Awareness Week, and how can you join in on the message of spreading kindness? We found...
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10
Apr

7 Good Reasons to Leave Your Home During COVID-19

As we continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a growing trend of shaming people for leaving their homes. And while you should stay safe by social distancing and staying home when possible, sometimes you need vital resources that you can’t get at home. But what counts as a good reason to leave your home...
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07
Apr

7 Most Common Types of Anxiety and How to Deal with Them

Everybody has felt anxiety. Whether it’s about a new social situation, a presentation, or anything else, we all know that feeling of nervousness. But chronic anxiety may be a cause for concern. If you feel a persistent, debilitating nervousness, then you may suffer from one of several common types of anxiety. There are many types...
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31
Mar

How to Beat Coronavirus Depression While Staying Healthy

With the coronavirus outbreak, many people have fallen into what experts call a coronavirus depression. This problem affects millions of people, but it’s especially present in people already living with clinical depression. Even if you’ve never received a mental health diagnosis, you could still be at-risk for depression due to COVID-19. Groups that may face...
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26
Mar

Should I Avoid Rehab During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted daily life for millions of Americans, and Floridians have been especially hard-hit. As businesses close, more and more people are asking themselves: Should I avoid rehab during this COVID-19 pandemic? While we understand your concern, it’s important that you know that attending rehab during the coronavirus is completely safe. In...
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26
Mar

Coronavirus Anxiety: Mental Health During COVID-19

In this uncertain time, you may feel a lot of coronavirus anxiety, especially if you have a pre-existing anxiety disorder. For people suffering from this mental health condition, the stress of a pandemic may feel overwhelming. You may feel even more pressure if you’re in an at-risk group, such as older adults, people who are...
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24
Mar

Where Is Christian Counseling Near Me?

Many addiction treatment programs simply remove the drugs or alcohol from the environment, but don’t take the time to heal your mind, which is what took you down the path of addiction in the first place. Our Christ-centered program is based on the idea that a relationship with God can greatly benefit your recovery success....
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20
Mar

How to Stop Self-Harm with 6 Steps

Learning how to stop self-harm starts with these tips. Find out more on self-harm recovery as well as how The Blackberry Center can help you stop self-harming behaviors for good. Treating Self-Harming Behaviors Learning how to stop self-harm is important, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. For many people who self-harm, it can feel incredibly...
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17
Dec

Medicare and Mental Health: You’re Covered Here

If you are eligible for Medicare and you are one of the millions of people who are affected by mental health conditions in the United States, your recovery program at The Blackberry Center may not cost you a dime. Find your guide to coverage and recovery below. Mental Health Coverage To maintain your wellbeing, you...
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