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As a family member, they maintain themselves as the center of attention and keep the family...Read More Over the years, advances in neurology and research have simplified the way psychologists, psychiatrists, and others diagnosis and treat mental health problems. In romantic relationships they are controlling, abusive, manipulative partners who can ruin not only the relationship, but our self-esteem, finances, and reputation.As a parent, they can put the “D” in Dysfunctional Family and be the parent that abuses, neglects, ignores, or psychologically damages their children.A relationship with the wrong individual however can lead to years of heartache, emotional/social damage, and even physical damage.A damaging adult partner can damage us, damage our loved ones, and even damage the way we feel about love and romance in the future.In over one hundred years of mental health treatment, the symptoms and behaviors associated with certain mental health conditions have remained the same.Psychotic disorders, where the individual often can’t distinguish between reality and their fantasies, still have auditory hallucinations.

There are a variety of “bad choices” that may be encountered each week – most of which are easily to identify and avoid.Depressed individuals still can’t sleep and remain preoccupied with the past.Hyperactive children (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD) still exhibit uncontrollable restlessness.While the depressed mood is present, evidence is also present which reflects the neurochemical or “brain chemistry” aspects of depression with the depressed individual experiencing poor concentration/attention, loss of energy, accelerated thought/worry, sleep/appetite disturbance, and other physical manifestations.When this diagnosis is present, the individual will exhibit at least five of the following symptoms during the depressive periods: Depressed mood, most of the day or every day Markedly diminished interest in all or almost all activities Significant weight loss or gain or appetite disturbance insomnia or excessive sleeping Psychomotor agitation or retardation (restlessness) Low energy level or chronic tiredness Feelings of inadequacy, loss of self-esteem, and/or self-deprecation Decreased attention, concentration, or ability to think clearly Recurrent thoughts of death or suicide, an expressed desire to be dead Causes of Depression: Depression can occur under many circumstances but most commonly is present in these two situations: Sudden Severe Loss In this situation, the individual has experienced a sudden, perhaps surprising severe loss.Read More Very few relationships start on terms other than sweetness and politeness.

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