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      11-20-19 | By

      My Life with Bipolar

      At the age of 24, I had lived nearly a decade of suffering from erratic mood swings, dark bouts of depression, and moments of mania marked by stimulant abuse. It was finally at that point, I ended up at a treatment center and a diagnosis of my disturbing behavior came to fruition. I had been … Continued

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      Burnout is Now An Official Diagnosis

      Unmotivated? Fatigued? Feeling exhausted, drained, and overworked? The World Health Organization is taking the symptoms of burnout seriously and have renamed the “state” of exhaustion to a “syndrome.” Decades ago, the term, “burnout” may have raised multiple eyebrows. In the 1970’s, the term was typically used to describe the side effects that heavy drug users … Continued

      06-03-19 | By

      Video Game Addiction is Now Considered a Mental Health Disorder

      Just this past weekend, the World Health Organization (WHO) finalized the eleventh edition of its International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11). The guide has now included “gaming disorder” and “hazardous gaming” as part of its list of behavioral disorders. As the decision has been a hot topic of discussion for awhile, … Continued