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Millennials and GenZ populations have made it ‘cool’ to seek the help of mental health professionals to deal with problems that are overwhelming and difficult to navigate. Now that it is cool and not considered ‘crazy’ to see a mental health clinician, we are seeing the effects of men, women, teens and children struggle with anxiety, depression and the effects living in today’s society has on them. These discussions are used to help you to see yourself, but not intended to take the place of seeing a therapist should problems become too much to handle on your own.
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Circumstances in life can cause you to experience moments where you question yourself, question your worth and question whether or not you have what it takes to move you from point A to point B. It is in these moments that we get anxious.
The birth of a baby can bring a joyous time for many new mothers. However, not everyone experiences such elation after the birth of their child. Some new mothers, due to the hormonal change in their bodies, along with existing life challenges can cause an onset of postpartum depression.
It was a lot…I mean A LOT happening in the world in 2020. Many people were hurt and trying to navigate those experiences and emotions internally, mentally, emotionally from within the confines of our home in our families as well as in our work life.
When we think of depression we tend to focus on that of our youth or women. However, 30% men suffer from depression. Signs and symptoms vary but look differently from that of women.
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