October 10, 2021
ON WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO TAKE A MENTAL HEALTH SCREENING.
Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition or at least familiarize yourself with it for use when needed in the future.
Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common, and treatable. And recovery is possible. Take a screening by visiting: Mental Health America.
Checking in on loved ones to chat about their overall mental health can be incredibly meaningful. If, when reading this, anyone comes to mind, it's the world whispering to reach out and just check-in. For help in planning your conversation, visit: RUOK?
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WHAT IS LANGUISHING? ALONELY? A MENTAL HEALTH GLOSSARY TO EXPLAIN WHAT YOU'RE FEELING
Staff, USA Today, Updated May 17, 2021
The vocabulary of mental health has seeped into our everyday lives. While some people may use these terms to speak about a specific diagnosis, others use these phrases casually, colloquially, without paying much attention to distinctions. Emotional exhaustion, for example, isn't a clinical term, but that doesn't mean the experience of it is any less real.
So what is the best way to describe that feeling you can't quite put your finger on? Here’s a closer look at what some of the most buzzed-about mental health terms mean, and when you should use them…