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Depression and Anxiety: Feel Like You're Falling Apart?

Read tips on how to keep it together when your world feels like it's crumbling. From self-care to better boundaries, you can build resiliency.

By Therese Borchard

Are You at Risk for Burnout? Recharge This Summer

Unplug. Take breaks. Stay in the moment. These and other tips by Isaiah Pickens, Ph.D. will help you to recharge your mental health and productivity this summer.

By Isaiah B. Pickens, Ph.D.

6 Habits for Dramatically Reducing Depression

They may seem simple, but exercise, adequate sleep, and sunlight can really make an impact on your depression.

By Mike Veny

Setting Goals for Improved Mental Health

It feels good to make progress towards a goal. Remember: Every small success is a win.

By Mike Veny

Obsessive Skin Picking is Much More Than a Bad Habit

Dermatillomania, or obsessive skin-picking may seem like a bad habit, but it’s not, and you are not alone in living with it.

By Pauline Campos

10 Must-Read Anxiety Posts You Missed This Year

The top HealthCentral posts of 2017 in anxiety, including news, lifestyle tips, phobias, and meditation techniques.

By Eileen Bailey

How Hobbies Can Reduce Stress in MS

Having an artistic outlet can help reduce stress and raise self-esteem for people with MS.

By Nancy Monson

How Pets Can Decrease (and Increase) Anxiety

When deciding if a pet is right for you, consider the benefits and the potential for added stress.

By Eileen Bailey

The Unspoken Dangers of Anxiety Messages

Messages such as “suck it up!” from family or other loved ones can help in building emotional blocks later in life.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS

Unspoken Rules in Psychotherapy

The best way to approach assumed rules with a therapist is to bring them out into the open.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS