Trauma bonds can make it extremely hard to leave an abusive relationship because of the kind of emotional attachment it fosters. Trauma bonds can be confusing and overwhelming, and if you are looking for a complete guide on what trauma bonding is and how to recognize it and break it, we have you covered.
Mental health conditions like major depressive disorder and anxiety disorders are extremely common in the United States, affecting millions of people of all ages. Since the 1980s, a new class of antidepressant medications called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) became available for the treatment of a number of different mental health conditions.
Anxiety and insomnia are two incredibly common health conditions in the United States. While everyone feels anxious from time to time and struggles to fall asleep occasionally, anxiety disorders and insomnia are more intense, prolonged versions of these common experiences.
Everyone experiences moments of anxiety, especially with the stress of COVID-19, but for most people, these moments are fleeting. You might feel anxious before a big test, when facing a difficult problem at work, or when trying to make a big decision, but this is normal.
More people suffer from depression than from any other mental health condition worldwide, and the United States is no different. Among people over the age of 18, about 16.1 million American adults, or roughly 7%, are affected by depression in a given year. With numbers like that, there’s a good chance that you or a loved one has experienced depression at some point.