“The difference between happy people and chronically unhappy people is how they choose to exert the control they have in their own lives.”
Vincent Fitzgerald offers a unique dual perspective on anxiety.
Your diagnosis does not have to define you
How creative pairings of couples can change the world.
Getting a handle on our feelings helps control the responses.
Maybe they were just “things,” but they were things that could never be replaced.
I looked happy, but inside I was falling apart.
His story does not have to be your story.
I chose to respond to trauma by hiding for 10 years behind a mask. Only after confronting my issues head-on could I unveil.
When dozens of expert tips and advice don’t work, it’s time to ask chemistry for help.
He taught me to NOT be like him.
A therapist explains the underlying conflicts that can lead to racist beliefs and one patient’s realization that we are born loving, not hating.
Hindsight is 20/20, but if you could go back in time and change events in your life—would you?
People suffering with mental illness need to set the factors identifying acceptable and unacceptable word choices used to describe their diagnoses and conditions. It’s time to support these meaningful members of the population.