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"Education is the passport to the future,
for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today."
-- Malcolm X

The first step in coping with anything is educating oneself about the subject at hand. The more you know about whatever†troubles you, the more tools you will have to cope with your issues.

There is a tremendous amount of information about mental illness on the World Wide Web, therefore, rather than reciting this information on our site, we chose to create an organized directory of links to help you find the information you seek.

A Beginners Guide to Hypnotherapy
In a nutshell, hypnotherapy is an attempt to communicate with an individuals subconscious, using suggestions to bring change. A professional hypnotherapist will give positive suggestions to help an individual make changes they want.

America's Altered States
Published in Harper's Magazine, May 1, 1999, Shenk's commentary on drugs in America provides an intriguing point of view on the topic.

Anniversary Reactions: A Survivorís Guide on How to Cope
Anniversary reactions are a re-triggering or re-experiencing of a traumatic event that occurs because of a time cue. This article describes anniversary reactions and is specifically for you, the survivor, as a helpful guide to understand how to cope.

Antidotes to Anxiety
Anxiety disorders are the number two mental health problem in America, second only to addictions in terms of the number of people effected.

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity (ADHD)
Jef Gazley, M.S. describes in detail what ADD & ADHD are, and what available treatments exist.

Become a Survivor: How to Find Peace of Mind Following Life's Traumas
In the aftermath of tragedy, we must all learn how to be more resilient "take charge" survivors.

Binge Eating
Dr. Schwartz describes Binge Eating, causes and its effects.

Brief Introduction to Flashbacks
A Flashback is the mind's way of dealing with a traumatic event that it was unable to make sense of when the event happened.

Bulimia/Anorexia and Compulsive Overeating:
When Family and Friends Don't Get It

Often a person with an eating disorder covers her pain so well that when she tells the truth about her suffering, people don't believe her... Perhaps they feel helpless because they don't know how to help.

Children and Violence: A Lesson NOT Learned!
An examination of how our society is geared towards the glorification of violence.

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