Rene Wolf

What are the Most Common Phobias?

Common phobias such as a fear of the dark are typically outgrown by adulthood. However, there are some people who go through their entire life with a phobia. Read on to find out more about some common phobias.

Exposure and Response Prevention for OCD

The use of exposure and response prevention (ERP) for people with OCD is a long and often times grueling experience for the individual. However, it is the most effective treatment for those who suffer with an obsessive compulsive disorder.

The Top TenSigns Of Depression

There are common signs of depresison to be aware of, however, not everyone experiences the exact same signs and symptoms and the frequency or duration of the symptoms vary among those who are depressed.

Definition of major depression

Major Depression is a serious mental illness with overwhelming feelings of sadness and loneliness. The symptoms of depression are so severe that they interfere with daily living and may lead to serious consequences, including suicide.

Clinical Depression In Men: An Insight

Although clinical depression is typically thought to be a ‘woman’s disease’ it affects both sexes. When men suffer with clinical depression their symptoms are frequently covered up by unhealthy behaviors, for example substance abuse. Read on to find out more about clinical depression in men.

Useful Information About Phobias

Unlike the temporary feeling of anxiety that someone experiences when they encounter a spider or take a test, a phobia is an intense and overwhelming fear of specific objects and/or situations. This article provides the reader with plenty of useful information about phobias.

Collecting versus Hoarding

Collectors are “protective” of their items, whereas hoarders are embarrassed to allow anyone to see their “collections” and are often living in unsanitary/unsafe conditions. This article is a look at collecting versus hoarding.

A History of Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression is a serious disorder that until recently was not discussed in public. It has been given widespread exposure thanks to a number of celebrities who have come forward to discuss their battles with postpartum depression.

Understanding the Different Types of Eating Disorders

Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are the two main categories of eating disorders. A third category is eating disorders not otherwise specified which includes eating disorders such as Pica. All of the eating disorders have some underlying psychological problems and cause serious physical harm.