Does it matter if you treat your kids differently? Having favorites, or having kids who think you’re showing favoritism, is associated with substance abuse later in life.
Do you enjoy time alone with your thoughts? Research found some people want distraction so much that they’ll self-administer an electric shock to avoid thinking.
Immigrant kids crossing the U.S. border don’t just need food, shelter, and school. Fleeing from violence means the children also need psychological support.
Depression after bereavement can become overwhelming. It is normal to feel loss after a loved one’s death, but how much grief is too much?
Returning nightmares can make you miserable. Stopping the scary dreams could be as simple as changing your medication, or using a visualization technique.
Does faith, or spirituality prevent depression in the believer? Or is faith simply a diversion and distraction from problems commonly found in life?
Soldiers and other military members are often exposed to traumatic events. What can we do to reduce the chances of armed forces personnel developing PTSD?
Research has shown a link between psychosis and substance abuse, but which came first? New research ties drug use to later development of mental illness.
A new study shows that anxiety is more likely to lead to suicide than depression; could this help reduce deaths due to self-harm?
Those with mental illness and substance addictions may face prejudice – even in their own family, and after education about their condition.