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Cleithrophobia: The Fear of Being Trapped

Cleithrophobia: Fear of Being Trapped

Cleithrophobia and claustrophobia may exist in a person at the same time. A trained mental healthcare professional is able to make a diagnosis. Your symptoms may be severe enough to be life-limiting. If this is the case, you should consult with a mental healthcare professional....

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Enochlophobia: A Fear of Crowds

Enochlophobia: Fear of Crowds

Enochlophobia isn't just a dislike of crowds. It is a fear that can take over daily life. You may begin to avoid people, crowds, and certain situations. This means you may alter your schedule and go out of your way to get away from crowds...

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Everything Wrong With Luxury Rehab

Everything Wrong With Luxury Rehab

The first and most important step in recovery is accepting the need for help. The choice of rehab that follows that should be guided by therapeutic need. It might be nice to have a maid, but if it means a rehab where valuable group work...

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What is Trauma Bonding?

What is Trauma Bonding?

To limit the effects of trauma bonding and help an abused person stay firm in their decisions to leave an abuser, they should surround themselves with a support network of friends, family, and mental-health professionals. These individuals can assist the abused individual through the process...

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Living With An Alcoholic

Living With An Alcoholic

Alcohol use disorder may cause mental health problems. An alcoholic may become emotional or reactive in certain situations. Living with an alcoholic can create friction between a couple or a parent and children. It is all too common for a family unit to be broken...

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What Agoraphobia Looks Like

Agoraphobia

Agoraphobia is one of the most misunderstood mental health conditions. While most people will have heard of it, they will tend to believe it’s a fear of crowds or a fear of open spaces, or even a fear of leaving the house at all. The...

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Nomophobia

Nomophobia

Nomophobia is a condition that affects many people, a 2008 survey found that 53% of people have been affected by it. Despite this, there is no agreed definition or treatment for it. This is because nomophobia was created as a marketing gimmick, and the name...

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What to Expect from Rehab

What To Expect From Rehab

If you are entering a 30, 60, or 90-day program, the first step is the checking in process. This will usually consist of a staff member taking down your information. The information gathered will help in guiding the treatment you receive. ...

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Alcoholism: The Truth

Alcoholism: The Truth

Death from alcoholism is unpleasant and often gruesome. An end-stage alcoholic is likely to have caused significant damage to their body. And while their alcoholism will be the ultimate cause of death, it is usually the complications arising from multiple conditions that are the direct...

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High-functioning Depression

High Functioning Depression

High-functioning depression was originally known as dysthymia and is now frequently referred to as persistent depressive disorder (PDD). Indeed, PDD provides a good description of what high-functioning depression is: a long-lasting depressed condition. However, the depression could be defined as relatively mild, meaning that they...

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