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Bridges to Recovery offers world class mental health treatment for people suffering from Depression, Bipolar, Trauma and other mental health issues.

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The internet is always improving and growing, but is it now possible that we can treat depression with a smartphone?: http://bit.ly/1IGTUvi
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There is nothing wrong with needing or wanting help: http://huff.to/1E2vwhh
"Therapy" is often regarded as an unsavory word, viewed as an admission that someone's not totally together. But here's the reality: There's absolutely nothing wrong with needing or wanting to get help. Photo Credit: DeltaOFF ...
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As many seniors around the country prepare to graduate high school, this big life change can have a dramatic impact on their mental health: http://bit.ly/1Io8iso
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"Forty-nine percent of entrepreneurs surveyed reported at least one mental health condition. Nearly a third reported having two or more mental health issues, such as ADHD, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety or substance use conditions. And half of the entrepreneurs who reported no mental-health conditions identified themselves as coming from families with a history of mental illness.": http://wapo.st/1Io5Diq
New research finds mental illnesses are common among entrepreneurs, and actually help them succeed.
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Seeking trauma treatment is the first step toward recovery, but it is also important to personally take a proactive approach toward well-being: http://bit.ly/1HUVFpL
Professional trauma treatment helps build inner strength, which is an important facet of the recovery process. Let us help you on your journey to recovery.
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The first thing to do when someone around you has a panic attack is to stay calm: http://bit.ly/1GDPm9m
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Why is it that men sometimes face a worse stigma surrounding their mental illness?: http://bit.ly/1JKXB1R
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Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month?: http://huff.to/1E2rSUN
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"According to a report by the Treatment Advocacy Center...American prisons and jails housed an estimated 356,268 inmates with several mental illness in 2012...": http://wapo.st/1DZmNwv
By better treating the mentally ill, we could reduce America's prison population -- by a lot
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In some parts of the country, people with eating disorders have a much more difficult time getting the treatment and help they need: http://bit.ly/1Keenqp
Regional and religious pressures prevent those suffering from eating disorders from seeking treatment.
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"Only 13% of Britons surveyed in 2013 agreed that a history of mental illness should bar someone from public office, down from 21% five years earlier.": http://econ.st/1HFTuWT
FOR John Mooney, it was a career highlight. In March the Irish cricketer took a crucial catch that gave his team the victory in a World Cup match and eliminated the...
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"For young people between the ages of 10 and 24, the suicide rates in rural areas are nearly double those of urban areas, according to a study published Monday in JAMA Pediatrics.": http://n.pr/1KdnUOg
Young men are twice as likely to die by suicide if they live in rural areas rather than cities, and that disparity is widening. Lack of mental health services is a factor; access to firearms is, too.
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