Mental Health and Addiction - Family

Why You Need a Support Network to Face Depression

What benefits come from a strong support network, and where can you find one of your own?

Trauma After the Storm

In the wake of Sandy, be aware of the psychological impact such a disaster can bring.

Are You in a Toxic Relationship?

Learn how to spot the warning signs and break the vicious cycle.

Adult ADHD Survival Tips

Living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can be a challenge, but these tips can make it easier.

Suffering in Silence: Women and ADHD

Millions of women and girls are affected by ADHD, but they're rarely diagnosed. Learn how to spot the symptoms.

8 Easy Stressbusters

Feeling stressed out? Regain your calm with these tips.

Learning to Cope After the Death of a Child

Everyone copes with loss in his or her own way. If you've lost a child, you can find a multitude of organizations, books, blogs, and support groups to help you. Behind them all, you'll find parents who have also suffered the same loss.

Let It Out: Healthy Ways to Express Anger

Sure, expressing your emotions in positive ways can be a challenge, but keeping them bottled up is likely to lead to an explosion down the road.

Health Concerns: How to Keep Family Updated

The Web offers many options for staying connected and keeping loved ones updated on your or your family member's health issues. These methods are fast, easy, and efficient, and you'll know your support network is right there with you as a part of your journey.

Share Your Story. Become a Health Hero.

Have you or a loved one survived a life-threatening disease? Are you currently struggling with depression, chronic pain, heart disease, or other health-related condition? Have you gone to extraordinary lengths to help someone in a health crisis? If so, we want to hear from you!

What Does Your Family's Health History Mean For Your Health?

You exercise, eat right, get plenty of sleep, and avoid excess stress. Complete your health puzzle by learning your family's health history.

Are You a Sugar Addict?

Sweet tooth or addiction? Find out for yourself.

10 Ways to Catch a Liar

Learn how to navigate through minefields of misinformation and uncover the truth.

5 Ways to Stay Happy During the Holidays

Although the holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, they can also be a time of stress and depression. Find out how you can avoid the holiday blues.

6 Secrets You Should Never Share

Certain things are better left unsaid—especially these six bombshells.

8 Ways to Win Every Argument

These surefire strategies can help you win every debate—without losing your cool.

Back Pain and Depression: What's the Link?

Feelings of depression are significantly more common in people with chronic back pain. Find out more about how to manage your pain and your emotions.

How Colors Can Boost Your Mood

Some shades are calming, others inspire conversation. Find out how colors can improve your surroundings and your mood.

How to Bounce Back From Embarrassment

A sense of humor and perspective can help you maintain your dignity—even in the most humiliating circumstances.

10 Ways to Stop Worrying

Everyone worries from time to time, but too much worrying can affect your health. Here, 10 ways to stop stressing.

Are You an Optimist or a Pessimist?

Do you see the glass as half-empty or half-full? Your answer could have major effects on your health.

Are You Emotionally Intelligent?

An ever-growing topic among psychologists, emotional intelligence can play a significant role in your job, your relationships, and your own self-worth.

5 Tips for Keeping New Year's Resolutions

Want to lose weight, quit smoking, or start saving this year? These simple tips can help you achieve your goals.

How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions

Like many things in life, New Year's resolutions are easy to make but hard to keep. Follow these tips to make lasting changes.

Beating the Holiday Blues: Understanding SAD

An estimated 10 million Americans, or about 6 percent of the U.S. population, experience these feelings in their most extreme form--a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
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