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OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), GAD (generalized anxiety disorders),
phobias, all part of the most common mental health disorder ANXIETY. Continue reading

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Depression is living in the past and Anxiety is living in the future. You have to find the middle ground and live for today…. Continue reading

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“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”

Most people in Canada and the U.S., and possibly UK and other English-speaking countries know this phrase: “If it ain”t broke don’t fix it” Meaning if all is going well don’t change it! I should have taken that advice 4 … Continue reading

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In the past 30 years the treatment for depression and anxiety has pretty much been the same with minimal progress.  Clinical depression has only seen 60%-80% of cases treated effectively with the current treatments out there.  This week they announced … Continue reading

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Originally thought to be wide spread pain through the joints and fibrous tissues, that is how Fibromyalgia got it’s name: “Fibro”  means fibrous tissue and “myalgia” means pain, therefore, Fibromyalgia means pain in the fibrous tissue. Now, however, there has … Continue reading

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