Depression Is Far More Sinister Than Sadness – And Women Are Particularly at High Risk
There are quite a few classifications of depression. Here's a look at some of the more common types.
A Mother's Harrowing Tale of Her Child's Decline into Mental Illness – and Signs to Watch for in Your Teen or Young Adult
The incurable brain diseases of schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and bipolar disorder combined strike one in every 25 people typically as they are entering adulthood.
Struggling with Serendipity: The Aftermath of a Disability-Resulting Car Crash
The memoir 'Struggling with Serendipity' tells the true story of a mom's crisis, a daughter's paralysis, and extraordinary travels that carried them from a small town in Ohio to Seattle, Harvard, Capitol Hill, and around the world.
How Color Therapy Benefits People with Disabilities
Here's the silver lining to this holistic approach...
Women and ADD: The Hidden Disability--What You Need to Know About Attention Deficit Disorder
For some women, having ADD is like being on an emotional roller coaster.
What Parents Need to Know about Learning Disabilities and ADHD
Here's what you need to know about learning disorders before the new school year begins.
Resources for Addressing Mental Health Challenges at Work
Study reveals that employees are uninformed on mental health resources.
How to Recognize Unusual & Distressing Anxiety Symptoms
There are over 100 possible symptoms associated with anxiety disorder, many of which you'd never expect to be caused by anxiety.
Mental Health Association Helps Families Find Support
MHACF is affiliated with the national Mental Health America network though, since 1946, this privately-run nonprofit has facilitated initiatives geared to meet the specific needs of its local community with education, advocacy and outreach.