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Suicides Are Often Underreported and Ignored…But Why?

Whenever mass shootings are in the news, it’s inevitable discussions turn to questions of mental health. At the same time, gun violence’s connection to another important mental health concern continues to plague our nation, but it’s not often discussed much in the news.

Real Solutions to America’s Bullying Epidemic

Many of us experienced bullying in some form growing up, but bullying has reached new heights in recent years with the rise of social media. While schools have also ramped up anti-bullying campaigns, many of them are doing little to effectively quell the problem.

Signs of Suicide and How to Help Someone in Need

Whether or not you grew up singing along with every word of “In the End,” deemed Linkin Park’s greatest hit by Billboard, you’ve likely heard the news that has shocked millions around the world. In July, it was announced that 41-year-old Chester Bennington, lead vocalist of the group that largely defined the music scene in the early 2000s, died by suicide.

8 Ways to Stand Up to Depression

In the United States, major depression is one of the most common mental health disorders. An estimated 16.1 million adults over age 18 had at least one major depressive episode in 2015, according to a recent study. This represents 6.7 percent of the total U.S. population.

How to Manage Anxiety, What Doctors Say Work

The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that some 40 million adult Americans suffer from some sort of anxiety disorder. Whether it’s mild, situational anxiety (like the nerves that come up from a stressful job search) or something more deeply rooted in the unconscious, it’s important to remember that with the right tools, anxiety can be managed.

5 Daily Activities that Help Reduce Anxiety

Whether it’s a full-on panic attack, nervousness in social situations, or sweaty palms that you just can’t shake, know that you’re not alone when it comes to experiencing anxiety. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, some 40 million adult Americans suffer from anxiety disorders, making it the most common form of mental illness in the U.S.

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