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Leaving home for college is a rite of passage for millions of students each fall, often filled with a combination of excitement, sadness, and fear of the unknown, especially with the uncertainty of the pandemic. This time can be difficult to navigate in an unfamiliar environment with new routines and stressors.
Since May 25, 2020—the day George Floyd was killed by a Minnesota police officer—there’s been an outpouring of sadness and anger all over the world. Our nation stands at a critical turning point in history.
Depression is more than simply “a case of the blues.” It’s a serious mental health condition where a low mood is much more severe and prolonged.
Frequent hand washing. Physical distancing turning into self-isolation. Fear of contracting the virus. For patients with contamination obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), the COVID-19 health guidelines have been especially challenging.
A lot of work has been done to expand the public’s perception of eating disorders as something that affects more than just women with slender bodies. However, more awareness of the higher prevalence of eating disorders among the LGBTQ+ community is needed.
For patients struggling with mental health challenges, a behavioral specialist is an integral part of the therapeutic team at Rogers Behavioral Health.
The tragic killing of George Floyd and the ensuing events have taken a heavy toll on our nation, bringing to the surface yet again deep wounds of racism and questions of how we can bring about lasting change. Experts agree a good place to start is in the home with parents talking with their children about racism and social justice—and it’s never too soon.
An alarming new trend has developed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve—mental health hotlines of all kinds are reporting a dramatic spike in calls.
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