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    Psychiatric Medications

      Here are some facts about psychiatric medications: Medications do not cure mental disorders; they treat symptoms. Some common symptoms could be sadness, fatigue, appetite, poor concentration. The medications are directed towards improving the quality of your life. Some medications work in hours, some can take up to six weeks or longer. Everybody’s process and timeline is different. It is…

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    World Mental Health Day

    October 10th is the World Mental Health Day, which aims to raise awareness about mental health issues around the world and mobilize efforts to support mental health. Depression and anxiety disorders were identified as the most common mental disorders that have an impact on our ability to work, and to work productively. These disorders also impact the quality of our relationships and…

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    Time Management

    Procrastination and poor self-control may lead to problems with time management. Here are some tips that may help you improve your time management skills: Instead of talking about and focusing on “not having enough” time, focus on your tasks and make a plan. This thought will increase your anxiety and it will distract you from getting things done. If you’re procrastinating, …

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    Emotional Validation

    Emotional validation is a very important skill you can use in every relationship, especially with your significant others. This skill is a sign that you care about them, you listen to them and that you understand them. Remember that validation doesn’t mean you agree. You can validate someone even if you don’t agree with them. Here are the steps to…