Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) is often a result of an inability to form close attachment bonds with a primary caregiver (often a parent) during childhood. This lack of attachment is often caused by a neglectful or dysfunctional relationship between the infant/child and the parent. The […]
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When looking up what Nootropics might be right for you, it can be challenging to find all of the answers in an easy-to-find place. Often, this means bouncing from website to website to get the full picture. There are secondary questions you might have about the popular nootropic adrafinil. […]
Are you a healthcare professional, psychologist, or HR Manager looking to expand your knowledge of emotional intelligence? If so, the Emotional Intelligence Masterclass may be exactly what you are looking for. This course is also an excellent resource for therapists, coaches or mental well-being trainers. By taking […]
Schizophrenia is often mixed up with Multiple Personality Disorder. Schizophrenia involves delusions and hallucinations NOT many personalities in one individual. This misconception is often made by people who aren’t mental health professionals. Here are some interesting facts about Schizophrenia 1 person in every 100 will […]
Besides the medical prescriptions, there are several alternatives that a person with Bipolar Disorder can use to cope with its symptoms. Bipolar Disorder involves extreme shifts in energy, mood, and level of activity in a person. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, […]
When you’re facing a lull in moving forward, there are clever ways to motivate yourself. Motivation isn’t something that remains static and there will always be times when motivation seems to be lacking. This could be due to stress, anxiety or other personal issues that […]