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Dr. Robert Hare At the most disturbed end of the sociopathic continuum is the true sociopath. Unlike the popular belief, they are not all serial killers. In fact, one could almost put the criminal sociopath in another category. However, they can be quite dangerous. They are devoid of feeling and can perform the most inhumane … Read more
A mental health crisis can look different depending on the person and situation, but can be any time when someone feels overwhelmed with negative emotions and harmful thoughts. In many cases, the first person someone in crisis turns to is a family member or friend. Even without any clinical training, here are six things you … Read more
Can’t make it to a DBSA support group in your area? DBSA now offers online DBSA support groups in real-time! These virtual meetings are just like the DBSA support groups offered by our affiliated chapters and provide the same hope, help, and support needed for a lifetime of wellness and recovery. http://www.dbsalliance.org/site/PageServer?pagename=peer_Online_Support_Groups
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At Oxford University a new study has phobia sufferers immersed in claustrophobic or stressful situations. Professor Daniel Freedman explains, “After just 30 minutes of VR…there were large reductions in paranoia”. As a sensory stimulator, carers say Alzheimer sufferers enjoy reduced agitation when using the therapy. Trialed in 50 US hospitals, it has also become a … Read more
Hi everyone! A writer is working a piece for WebMD on bipolar depression and tips on managing it. She would like to interview someone who is living with bipolar disorder. Interviewee’s need to be able to have his or her name used and to interview by the end of next week. If you or someone … Read more