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My Loved One Is Hurting Themselves: A Guide to Seeking Help for Self-Harm

Learning that a family member or friend is hurting themselves can be a startling discovery, and you might not know what to do next. Should you confront the situation? Should you get outside help? Are you overacting? Here are some common reasons people self-harm and a guide on how to help them. If someone you...
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How To Overcome Barriers to Recovery From Addiction

When battling addiction, it can seem like the road to recovery is blocked at every step. While getting and staying sober is no easy feat, seeking support can help you tear down the barriers that line your path. Here are common barriers that can get in the way of your addiction recovery and how our...
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Can Grief Cause Mental Illness? Hope for Those Who Can’t Stop Grieving

Grief and loss can uproot your life, making every day feel hopeless and bleak. In some people, grief can persist or act as a trigger for the onset of mental illness. Here’s a look at the grieving process, types of grief, and mental health challenges that may come. Are you fighting depression after the loss...
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Are Mental Hospitals Safe? What to Know Before Self-Admitting for Inpatient Care

If you’ve never been in a mental hospital before, you might be afraid that it’s the stuff of movies. You may wonder if they’re a safe place to receive mental health treatment. In this blog, we’ll show you how beautiful, accommodating, and welcoming a mental hospital can be and why self-admission can be beneficial. Are...
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The Impact of Social Influence: How the People You Hang Around Affect Addiction Issues

Can you keep hanging around your old friends if you’re trying to stay sober? Do you need some tips for balancing old relationships with your new life? Here are some solutions for you, along with the science behind the social proximity effect and how social factors influence your addiction. Are you struggling with addiction issues?...
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Self-Medicating with Alcohol and Drugs: How to Overcome Negative Coping Methods

If you’re living with a mental illness, such as depression or anxiety, the symptoms can make your life difficult. So, it’s natural to want relief. Self-medicating with alcohol and drugs may help take your mind off your condition and ease your symptoms for a little while. However, here’s why using substances to “self-medicate” can be...
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How Life Skills Training for Adults with Mental Illness Can Help

Getting diagnosed with a mental illness is only the start of the journey. Learning how to cope with a mental illness involves learning practical life skills that can help with your relationships, work, social skills, interpersonal skills, and everyday tasks. Here’s an overview of life skills training and how it helps adults with chronic mental...
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5 Tips for a Healthy Transition After Mental Health Hospitalization

Experiencing a mental health crisis can be traumatic – both for you and your loved ones. When you return home after receiving mental health treatment, you may feel scared and uncomfortable. For many people, returning back to your home and job can be so difficult that you don’t even know how to talk about it...
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How to Stage an Intervention

An intervention can be the first step in a loved one’s path to recovery with mental hospitals in Cleveland if they are suffering from addiction. Mental health and addiction disorders frequently coexist, and addressing one without the other can make recovery hard.  An intervention will not only assist a loved one recover from a mental...
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Is Mental Health Genetic

Is Mental Health Genetic?

Some mental health conditions run in families, which has long been known. Research based on family, adoption, and twin studies has contributed significantly to treatment offered by an Ohio mental hospital. If one identical twin develops schizophrenia, the other twin has a 50% risk of having the condition as well. Researchers are looking at the...
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