What to Know About Perfectionism and Anxiety

A review of self-oriented, other-oriented, and socially prescribed perfectionism and how it impacts mental health.

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5 Ways Alcohol Affects Mental Health

If you're struggling with alcoholism and mental health issues, you're not alone. Charlie Health offers therapy that addresses both problems simultaneously, so you can get on the road to recovery.

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Are You Suffering From An Anxiety Disorder? Here’s How To Tell

Anxiety disorders are treatable with a combination of medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes. Here's how to tell if you're living with anxiety.

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5 Ways For Parents To Tell Their Kids That It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For many of us, kids especially, we associate breast cancer awareness with pink ribbons, community 5k walks and runs, and a powerful sea of women, moms, and families proudly standing up and advocating for visibility for this disease.

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How to Cope With Climate Anxiety

As hurricanes ravage coastlines across the country and wildfires raze huge swaths of the West, anxiety over the ever-increasing presence and intensity of climate change is on the rise. No group seems to be affected more by warming temperatures and ensuing natural disasters, though, than young people. As younger generations grapple with an uncertain future on Earth, stress, worry and even panic can ensue.

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What Simone Biles' Self-Advocacy Can Teach Us

Professional athletes are known for their resilience and grit. And as the Olympics roll around every two years, the pressure on athletes to meet this public expectation grows exponentially. The eyes of the world are on them, and they are expected to perform at the highest levels of athleticism imaginable. But with such pressure comes an immense propensity for mental health struggles.

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Managing Headline Stress & News Anxiety

While many Americans enjoy staying up to date on daily news, instant access to the 24-hour news cycle can be overwhelming. Headline stress is not a clinical diagnosis, but many psychologists have started using the term to describe people who are overwhelmed and experience increased stress by viewing or reading the news. Headline stress effects all of us differently, but often leads to feelings of being overwhelmed and helpless which can result in increased levels of stress or anxiety.

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What Is Toxic Positivity?

Toxic positivity refers to the idea that in any given circumstance the most appropriate course of action is to remain positive, “look on the bright side,” and understand that “it could be worse.” An optimistic perspective can be a healthy and effective coping mechanism; however, toxic positivity refers to the extreme, unwavering presence of positivity in which this attitude causes a failure to effectively process and validate emotions.

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