Sabotage, silent treatment, backhanded compliments — passive-aggressive personalities can make the workplace a nightmare. These strategies will help you deal with passive-aggressive coworkers.
Research is emerging about how our social media behaviors could be measured against standards for addiction. A behavioral health specialist explains.
Learning to slow down and stay in the moment can have big rewards. Try these seven tips to work toward being a more patient person.
A recent report shows that members of ‘Generation Z’ ― the youngest adults in the U.S. ― are most likely of all generations to report poor mental health.
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People who are troubled often have no idea that mental illness has anything to do with their difficulties. A psychiatrist explains how to talk to a teen, older adult or friend who has you concerned.
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Discover how paranoid schizophrenia differs from other types of schizophrenia, why it can take a while to get a diagnosis, and which treatments work best for each form of this serious mental illness.
Get answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Minnie Bowers-Smith, MD, answers this one about schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia.
When men are depressed, they may not seem sad, but rather angry, irritable or aggressive. Here’s what to do to help fight male depression.