This can help them cope with unfamiliar things in the world around them.
For starters, don’t underestimate the power of telehealth.
“It can be a small act that has a tremendous impact.”
Try this if COVID-19 has your brain running like a hamster wheel.
They may not *say* they’re anxious, but they might show it.
Here are expert tips to comfort someone who is struggling.
“Working together with your family can be really helpful.”
“We all have to remember not just self-care, but self-soothing.”
#2: Limit your news consumption.
Challenge #1: Manic symptoms can feel kinda good.
It may take loved ones to recognize the symptoms.
These mood disorders are similar, but a key symptom sets them apart.
There’s no one test to diagnose this mental health disorder.
Impulsive? Forgetful? Here’s how to tell if it could be adult ADHD.
Everyone’s distracted these days, but these clues point to ADHD.
Here’s the truth about “adult-onset ADHD.”
These symptoms of this ADHD subtype are not as well-known and can be easy to miss.
“Every parent with a fidgety child immediately thinks their child has ADHD.”
ADHD symptoms can look dramatically different among different kids.
NPD is not exactly the same as being a narcissist.