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  1. Have you often been told that you’re shy? But deep inside you, you know you’re not. Maybe you’re a bit quiet at times, and you just don’t care for small talk. Or maybe you find it hard to connect with some people, but that doesn’t mean you’re afraid of socializing. Well, instead of being shy, you may just be an introvert all along. Here are six signs you’re actually an introvert, and not shy.
  2. Have you ever just felt overwhelmed by a stressful situation? Like a tsunami of problems about to crash over you? You might be experiencing a nervous breakdown. A nervous breakdown is a loss of the ability to function in everyday life. While a nervous breakdown isn’t classified as an actual psychological term, nor is it a mental health disorder, experiencing it can be debilitating.
  3. Have you ever expected yourself to succeed in making life changes, however, you do not designate any time or mental space to accomplish them? This is an example of self sabotage. So, how to stop sabotaging ourselves? Let’s delve into the ways together, shall we?
  4. Psych2Go welcomes Dr. Bradwejn to answer your questions on depressive disorders, depression, and searching happiness in your own life through the Intrinsic Practice.
  5. Do you have habits you wish you could lose? Working towards losing them may just be a step to improving your happiness. Here are a few common habits that might be making you miserable.
  6. How to be a genius? When you hear the word “genius”, what do you think of? We generally think of people with remarkable achievements in areas of art, music, and science far beyond that of anyone else. However, scientific research into people with notable achievements reveals some surprising traits that anyone can learn from, including you! Turns out “genius” is a trait that anyone can nurture. So here are a ways to unlock your genius.
  7. Burnout can leave people feeling exhausted, empty, and unable to cope with the demands of life. Burnout may be accompanied by a variety of mental and physical health symptoms as well. If left unaddressed, burnout can make it difficult for an individual to function well in their daily life.
  8. We all experience stress and anxiety from time to time. In those moments, it can be tempting to quell emotions with food. For some, food can be a source of comfort or distraction. But, sometimes, they can aggravate what you may already be feeling. If you struggle with anxiety and stress, making some changes in your diet can help.
  9. Psych2Go welcomes Dr. Bradwejn to answer your questions on social anxiety, panic discover and searching happiness in your own life through the Intrinsic Practice. Thanks for our channel's membership to making these livestreams possible.
  10. Being a highly sensitive person (HSP) adds a layer of difficulty to anything and everything, including dating. It’s tricky enough to navigate an overstimulating world, but adding another person to the mix? If this feels overwhelming, you’re not alone! It’s complicated, but it can certainly be done––and when it is, it can feel oh-so-rewarding. Hopefully, some of these ideas resonate with you and inspire your next conversation.
  11. Are you dealing with toxic friends? Having bad and toxic friendships has always been a very common occurrence. Toxic relationships can be very damaging for your overall wellbeing so it’s very important to cut toxic relationships off as soon as possible. So, we made this video to help you identify whether your friendships are healthy or toxic.
  12. Today (drumroll please) we are here to give you an introvert’s survival guide to dating. These suggestions are tailored to help you make the most of your best qualities. If you're an introvert, it' time to bond together
  13. What comes to mind when you hear “psychopath?” The term is often used to describe anyone from serial killers to problematic exes. In reality, psychopaths make up only 1% of the general population, about the same percentage as redheads. Psychopathy is not an official diagnosis but refers to a combination of behavioral traits including antisocial behavior, “callousness,” and low levels of empathy and interpersonal emotions. People whose behavior mostly falls under antisocial tendencies are instead diagnosed with sociopathy — officially antisocial personality disorder. So here are a few signs to look out for.
  14. There are many ways our bodies escape from stress. One way is through dissociation. Dissociation is a defense mechanism where we unconsciously push away conflicting or threatening emotions from our subconscious mind. It’s a form of compartmentalizing your feelings so that you do not have to deal with them. Below are a few different signs that you are or have experienced dissociation.
  15. Only 30 percent of depressed teens are being treated. Symptoms of teenage depression can include, but not limited to: prolonged low mood or sadness, being easily irritable, feelings of helplessness, increased social isolation, loss of interest for things previously enjoyed. The signs of depression can resemble that of clinical depression. If you identify with the symptoms in the video, we recommend talking to your school counsellors or free resources.
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