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There are many reasons why you might feel you need help, or want to make changes in your life. Check below to watch YouTube video on mental health issues.


When it comes to mental health treatment, many people are in the dark about how to seek treatment and when it is necessary.


Feeling down is sometimes part of life, that’s a normal emotion and a natural response to loss or disappointment. When feeling down, people often wonder, “Am I depressed?”
However, Depression is a mental health issue, and a treatable illness. It is very important to understand how these conditions are different, so you or your loved one can reach out for help on time.

Types of DEPRESSIVE Disorder

There are different types of depressive disorders and their symptoms can range from relatively minor through to very severe. So, It’s helpful to be aware of the range of conditions and their specific symptoms.


Because Psychologists, Psychotherapist and Psychiatrists often work together for the well-being of the client’s Mental Health, but their job descriptions overlap. However, there are several crucial differences between their work profile, the most critical being the nature of treatment within the two professions.

How much of ANXIETY is NORMAL?

At times we all feel nervous, worried or anxious in situations like exam results, job interview or first day at college or work. But let’s learn how much Anxiety is normal and when to seek help?


Parenting is not easy and good parenting is hard work. We all are doing as much as we can for our kids, but is it enough for them to give happy and healthy life? We all have this question while parenting.


Depression is treatable. If you recognize signs that you or someone you may know be depressed, professional help may be warranted. Medication, talk therapy, or a combination of the two could be instrumental in reducing depressive symptoms.

10 Ways to keep RELATIONSHIP Healthy

What makes for a healthy romantic relationship differs from couple to couple. Forming a trusting and positive relationship takes effort and time. It takes more than love for a relationship to work. In order to have a healthy relationship, both partners have to be willing to work on it.


Eating disorders are serious, life threatening conditions that affect many. Eating disorders are not limited by age, gender or socio-economic status. February is Eating Disorder Awareness Month for raising awareness and understanding of eating disorders, challenging stereotypes and stigmas.

Understanding SELF-INJURY

Self-injury is when a person deliberately hurts themselves to cope with overwhelming emotions like anger, anxiety or sadness. Self-injury can be difficult to identify.

MENTAL ILLNESS that affect WOMEN more

Mental disorders can affect women and men differently and some disorders are more common in women. Some women may experience symptoms of mental disorders at times of hormone change. There are also certain types of depression that are unique to women.

Signs you’re NOT getting ENOUGH SLEEP

If your night’s sleep is interrupted, not long enough or of poor quality, it’s pretty obvious why you’re feeling so fatigued. Some signs of exhaustion are easy to spot, but there are also some more subtle signs that the human body exhibits when it’s not getting enough rest.

GOOD STRESS & BAD STRESS: Know the difference

Stress is not always a bad thing. Stress is our body’s reaction to a demand or challenge. It can come from any event or thought that makes us feel frustrated, angry, or nervous.
However, it can impact our health severely if avoided for long time. It is important to learn how much of stress is OK for our health and when to seek help.

ANXIETY in CHILDREN: How parents can help

Anxiety in children is natural and common but it can also become chronic and persistent, developing into an anxiety disorder. Parents can help their child avoid triggers of anxiety.


Autism is a developmental condition that is typically life-long. People with ASD experience difficulties with communication, social interaction and restricted/repetitive interests and behaviours.

Effects of ALCOHOL on the BRAIN & Mental Health

The relaxed feeling you might experience when you have an alcoholic drink is due to the chemical changes alcohol has caused in your brain. Alcohol can have a very temporary positive impact on our mood, in the long term it can cause big problems for our mental health.

CHILD ABUSE and it’s impact

Any intentional harm or mistreatment to a child under 18 years old is considered child abuse. Child abuse takes many forms, and they often occur at the same time. child abuse is often done by someone the child knows and trusts.