Can having COVID-19 be a risk factor for developing a new mental health disorder? According to a recent study published in the Lancet Journal of Psychiatry, possibly so.
High-functioning depression may sound like a bit of a misnomer, especially if you have a certain idea of what depression looks or feels like. Likewise, if you’re suffering from high-functioning depression, you may not even realize it because you may not realize you have classic symptoms of depression. But there’s some debate if high-functioning depression is an actual diagnosis or not.
The holidays bring visions of cheer for many, but for others, the end of the year feels anything but merry. The approach of the holiday season may cause periodic feelings of the winter blues for
The Coronavirus pandemic has dominated our lives since March, and it seems we can’t turn on the TV, scroll through social media or have a conversation without discussing it. While most of us know someone
Many people are seeking mental health guidance now due to COVID-related anxiety driven by job loss, financial hardship or concerns about returning to an office environment. But what credentials and experience should you look for
For some North Texas men, the era of the novel Coronavirus has surfaced new and raw emotions driven by factors like job loss, change in financial situation, or concern for family members’ health and safety.
Men are commonly known for keeping their emotional struggles inside, especially those that show any signs of perceived weakness. That doesn’t mean that those feelings aren’t there, but rather that they aren’t choosing to share
It’s no secret depression is a major issue among Americans, affecting children, teenagers and adults of every age, race and income level. Depression was long seen as something to keep in the dark but has
Chances are great that if you ask most men about going to the doctor, they’ll tell you it’s far from the top of their favorite things to do. In fact, the vast majority will tell you
A heart attack is terrifying. And even with great medical care, the flurry of emotions that go with facing your mortality can really wreak havoc with mental health. And yet, studies have found that very