Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Depressing Truth

Close your eyes. Picture someone on the brink of suicide. He or she is considering it, thinking of how best to end their life. What does that person look like? What disorder does this person have that would make them take such a step? Most people will say that this person has clinical depression, and […]

Forgetting Something?

Did that really happen? Where did I place my necklace all those months ago? These are common questions that people pay hypnotists to answer. Why would people pay hundreds of dollars for such a thing? Many of these people share the belief of that being hypnotized enhances memories once repressed or forgotten. Over the years, […]

Is Mental Illness Related to Violence?

America always seems to have the wrong perception when it comes to controversial topics and it is no exception when it comes to violence among people with mental illness. A majority of Americans believe that mental illnesses is associated with violent acts. A study of Americans’ attitudes on mental illnesses between 1950 and 1996 found […]

The Myth Has Been Vaccinated

If you have watched the news within a recent number of years then you have probably heard about the epidemic of autism at some point. Autism is a mental condition that appears in early childhood where children have trouble communicating and forming relationships with people. Within the last 20 years there has been an increase […]