Welcome to the Community Mental Health (CMH) Blog!

Here, we offer insight, recommendations, and relevant articles related to mental health care.

NOTE: The information and articles provided here is not a substitute for seeking medical advice or assistance if required. If you require immediate assistance or are concerned for someone you know, please seek professional assistance straightway.

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The Building Blocks of Good Mental Health

Contrary to popular belief, positive mental health comprises more than the absence of mental disorders. Beyond that, it denotes a condition of well-being in which a person feels well and functions well in the world. But with all the adversities...

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Sleep Away With These Insomnia Preventive Tips

Did you know that almost 30% of the general population complains of regular sleep disturbance, which then contributes to insomnia? This sleeping problem not only drains your energy and affects your mood, but it may also harm your health, work...

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Management and Treatment of depression

Depression is real, it can cause substantial damage if not properly managed. Although depression makes one feel hopeless, most depression even the severest of them can be treated. If you or your someone you know has depression professional care is...

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Is it Sadness or Depression?

Sadness is a normal human emotion that many can attest to having experienced at some point in their lives. Sadness can come from a number of different circumstances that are normal in humans. Some of these events include heartbreak, failing an...

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Management and Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder affects an individual’s feelings, behaviors, and relationships. It can be accompanied by anger, depression, and anxiety that may last for days. Borderline personality disorder is now more manageable thanks to new...

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Borderline Personality Disorder

Have you met that person or have that friend that goes from zero to one hundred within a minute? They can go from being happy to sad to happy to angry and then back. Most people will call the person a “drama queen”. Although, there may be some...

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