December 22, 2009
There are always the cliches about schizophrenia- usually involving people with uncharacteristic behavior, perhaps homeless and destitute, wandering the streets, hearing voices, or shouting unrecognizable words at invisible enemies. Mental illnesses, including schizophrenia do not always meet it’s typical stereotype. In fact, as this particular article points out, schizophrenia is not uncommon among college students. [...]
December 21, 2009
by: ADD Coach Jennifer Koretsky There is a common misconception in the world that having Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a bad thing. While the ADD-wired brain certainly presents some challenges, it also offers some incredible benefits. The following is a list of characteristics that I consistently see in my clients, friends, and colleagues with [...]
December 1, 2009
Prescription drugs are one way to deal with depression, especially after all other alternatives have been tried. Prior to resorting to pills, however, you should look into other, healthier, more naturalistic ways, such as exercise and volunteer work to help treat your depression. This article provides good, sound advice for rescuing your life from the harsh tyranny that is depression.