PTSD in Military Veterans

…makes you feel as if you’re still in danger, even when you’re not. By creating your own safe place (ideally someplace close and convenient), you can have a secure place…

Recovering from Rape and Sexual Trauma

…describing your actual environment and what you see when you look around—name the place where you are, the current date, and three things you see when you look around. Step…

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

…urge to move is too much. You get out of bed to stretch and pace the floor and, for a moment, you find relief. But when you lie down again,…

Helping Someone with an Eating Disorder

…You may be afraid that you’re mistaken, or that you’ll say the wrong thing, or you might alienate the person. However, it’s important that you don’t let these worries stop…

Lewy Body Dementia

…affect you, given your health history, age, and lifestyle. The more you know, the more control you’ll feel and the better you’ll be able to cope with symptoms. Reduce stress. Stress…

ABOUT US

…You can trust our independence and intentions. We’re not trying to sell you anything, collect your private information, or make money on you. Our only goal is to get you…

Orthorexia Nervosa

…general health reasons, or because you physically feel better when you avoid them. You cut out certain foods or even entire food groups because you view them as “bad” or…

Hoarding Disorder: Help for Hoarders

…later find a use for, feeling that you’ve been wasteful, or enduring anxiety as you pass up the opportunity to acquire something new. You can also look to the future…