Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is largely an invisible disease. The symptoms range from mild to debilitating and there is no cure. Learn what this illness is and how to support those who have it. Published October 30 2012
It seems happiness must be found in daydreams since we frequently daydream to fight boredom, figure ourselves out, and prepare for the future. A study done by Harvard University disagrees. Published October 20 2012
We stress less when our body and mind are still, but stillness does not mean the absence of movement. It is rather the absence, or letting go, of the things that disrupt our stillness. Published October 13 2012
Jacqueline Marshall is a writer for Help For Depression, and freelances primarily in the areas of psychology and personal development. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed therapist living near Chicago.
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