First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes depression. Wait … that’s not how it’s supposed to go. Unfortunately, for some, that is how it goes. While many newlyweds are blissed out, others are hit with the post-wedding blues, and it can be debilitating.
Last school year was among the most heartbreaking and frightening nine months in Stark County school history. School leaders buried 25 students or recent graduates, including roughly a dozen of them who died by suicide. One student plotted to kill his fellow classmates before deciding to turn the gun on himself. Threats of violence bombarded nearly every local school district, and more than 1,500 Stark County children were taken to nearby hospitals for mental health concerns. School leaders and staff didn’t know what to do.
Many people enjoy a cup of coffee, or two, every single day. And many people suffer from anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, insomnia and depression. Is it just a coincidence or could there be a correlation between these mental health issues and caffeine intake?
More than two decades have passed since the young man walked across the mall and sought out Bob Humphries. It doesn’t matter how old the story is. Humphries, a licensed psychologist, still smiles at it.
How often do you feel sleep-deprived? If you’re like the average American, then you get less than the minimum recommended seven hours of sleep a night. If the average American is doing this, then it probably isn’t too bad for your body, right? Wrong!
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