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What is Recovery ? Mental Health Europe

What is Recovery ? Mental Health Europe

Recovery, is me being the person I can be For me recovery is learning to accept what has happened and then, overcoming what has happened and go ahead with your life fighting and taking risks sometimes having success, sometimes having… Continue Reading

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Mike’s Road to Recovery

Mike’s Road to Recovery

My name is Michael Smith. I am 34 years old. My original diagnosis was depression along with anxiety. When I was diagnosed with schizophrenia. I was actually about 20 years old. Schizophrenia for me is not about seeing things that… Continue Reading

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Life After Brain Injury: My Struggles and Strategies for Memory Issues

Life After Brain Injury: My Struggles and Strategies for Memory Issues

[music] So I left at about 4:30 in the morning, and I fell asleep at the wheel and drove off the road and hit a large cedar tree and totaled my car. A trucker saw me run off the road,… Continue Reading

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Families in Recovery (Part 6): Third Stage of Recovery—”The Wall,” or, Protracted Abstinence

Families in Recovery (Part 6): Third Stage of Recovery—”The Wall,” or, Protracted Abstinence

– Hello, and welcome to “Families in Recovery: A Family Education Video,” produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The “wall” stage, or “protracted abstinence,” starts anywhere from six weeks to five months into recovery, and can… Continue Reading

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Stories of Hope and Recovery: Demi Lovato

Stories of Hope and Recovery: Demi Lovato

Demi: Hello, I’m Demi Lovato. One of the most exciting things about becoming a young adult is that you start to have a say in your life. Where you live, where you work, what you do. Unfortunately it’s hard to… Continue Reading

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How Exercise Improves Your Memory

How Exercise Improves Your Memory

Exercise makes you thinner and does all sorts of other stuff. But who cares about that because it makes your brain stronger too! Hey guys, Trace here for DNews. We all know that exercise is good for us. Getting off… Continue Reading

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How memories form and how we lose them – Catharine Young

How memories form and how we lose them – Catharine Young

Think back to a really vivid memory. Got it? Okay, now try to remember what you had for lunch three weeks ago. That second memory probably isn’t as strong, but why not? Why do we remember some things, and not… Continue Reading

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How can I recover after hard therapy sessions? #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

How can I recover after hard therapy sessions? #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

Hey everybody! Happy Thursday! Now today’s video is going to be a good old fashioned FAQ and I got a question from the website If you haven’t been over to www.katimorton.com. What are you doing? I’ve updated the chat feature… Continue Reading

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Does stress affect your memory? – Elizabeth Cox

Does stress affect your memory? – Elizabeth Cox

You spend weeks studying for an important test. On the big day, you wait nervously as your teacher hands it out. You’re working your way through, when you’re asked to define ‘ataraxia.’ You know you’ve seen it before, but your… Continue Reading