A Look at Mental Illness and Stress Responses to COVID-19 on World Mental Health Day

By Dr. Linda Denke, Ph.D., RN, CCRC, NAMI Texas Member at Large Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020, is World Mental Health Day, a time to honor the unique experiences of individuals living with mental illness. While mental health challenges can be a handful for many people, it’s important to [...]

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Beware of Autumn Anxiety

Feeling increasingly overwhelmed or stressed lately? Autumn anxiety could be the cause. Healthline indicates that many individuals experience intense anxiety during the fall season for many reasons, such as anticipating the stress associated with the holidays or grappling with the failure of not completing a goal this summer. [...]

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Follow The Yellow Brick Road: Improve Your Chances for Employment with a Mental Illness

The National Alliance of Mental Illness states 1 in 5 people in the U.S. experience mental illness (NAMI, 2019). If you are one of these individuals, at some point you probably asked yourself, “I have a mental illness, now what?” So many questions come to mind and you [...]

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