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Abuse comes in many forms, and its consequences can have far-reaching effects on your life. Talking about it helps you cope.
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Addiction can take a serious toll on your physical and mental health if left untreated. Online therapy can help you beat it.
Anger is a natural response to threatening situations. However, if you can't control it, your relationships and health can suffer.
If your anxiety is hard to cope with, returns again and again and affects your life negatively, you may need to get help.
Losing a loved one can be extremely hard to go through, but therapy can help you process grief that is particularly pervasive.
Bipolar disorder is a condition characterised by periods of mania and depression. It can be quite draining and severe.
Body dysmorphic disorder is an anxiety disorder where you worry excessively over your looks and perceived physical faults.
Dissociative disorders are conditions that alter your sense of reality. It can happen at any age and is often a result of trauma.
There are many types of eating disorders, some more obvious than others. It's hard to fight, but talking with a therapist helps.
Gender dysphoria is the distress that may accompany if you identify as the opposite gender, trapped in a body of the wrong sex.
OCD makes you have serious obsessions you relieve through compulsive behaviours. OCD symptoms vary between people.
Paraphilic disorders are unconventional sexual desires that can cause distress to the sufferer or any other persons included.
Personality disorders involve unhealthy patterns of thinking, emotions and behaviours that can be very hard to cope with.
Phobias are intense fears of specific things, resulting in panic attacks, dread and even physical reactions to those situations.
PTSD symptoms can come out of the blue, or you may not notice when you experience them. Addressing your trauma can help.
Psychotic disorders involve psychotic episodes, typically with hallucinations and delusions. Schizophrenia is an example.
Relationships take work to get right, and issues can be grounded in yourself, the partner or the dynamics between you.
Your self-esteem underpins everything you do and how you feel about things. If it struggles, it's worth addressing it properly.
Self-harm is an unhealthy and dangerous way to deal with personal issues. Addressing the underlying causes helps fight it.
Sex is an integral part of who we are. So much so that when we struggle with it, our lives and mental health struggle too.
You can talk about sexuality in terms of sexual orientations or preferences. Sexual feelings affect your life in many ways.
Stress is a normal physiological response to difficult situations. Very intense or prolonged stress, however, can damage your health.
Substance abuse is the misuse of any drug, alcohol or other substance so it harms your health and affects your life negatively.
Traumas are the result of distressing events that were out of your control. Traumatised people can suffer in many different ways.
There are many types of therapy that approach treatment in different ways. Read more about therapy options here.