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Partition, 70 years on: Salman Rushdie, Kamila Shamsie and other writers reflect

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… Kiran Desai Kiran Desai. Photograph: Samuel Aranda/Getty Images Every Saturday I suffer from a depression I call my Saturday depression. The main symptom of this is that when I look inthe mirror I dont see myself, I see a ghost. The sight of this ghost fills me with fear. I know this spectre is merely the cumulative result of one more week in one more year of many years of self-imposed isolation for the sake of a book I have been working on a long while. Last Saturday to avoid my …

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Listen To What This Guy Says In His Sleep And Just Try Not To Laugh

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… it’s difficult to put a number to exactly how common sleep talking is.  Some experts suspect the behavior may run in families. Others suspect stress, depression, sleep deprivation, daytime drowsiness, alcohol, fever or other sleep sleep disorders could all be potential causes of sleep talking. And if the episodes do become severe or problematic, the National Sleep Foundation recommends individuals talk to their physician or health care provider to determine if one of these …

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19 Nonfiction Books From 2016 That Will Expand Your Mind

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While we do love our fiction at HuffPost Arts & Culture, 2016 ushered in ample nonfiction work that’s just as worthy of your time and eyeballs. What many need after a drawn-out and frightening election season are resources to unplug and reconnect to our humanity. The sprawling category of “nonfiction” works in the universe could fit the bill for anyone’s particular reading needs, with authors providing insight and elucidation to the true world around us. In a time …

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11 Reasons Why You Should Start Losing Weight Right Now. Like, Right Now.

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… in erectile function and libido. Health.com reports that this is likely due to the strain obesity puts on the heart and blood vessels. dumblittleman 2.) When you’re overweight, your entire system is out of balance, including the hormones that impact your mood. As a result, losing weight increases your well-being and decreases the severity of depression. dailyhit 3.) Being overweight puts a burden on the adrenal glands, which manage asthma and …

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Amid Her Break From Show Biz, Selena Gomez Surfaces In Small Town Tennessee And She Looks Happy And Healthy!

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… late lunch. She couldn’t have been more gracious to everyone and to the fans and was more than happy to take pictures with whoever.” Nice! Love it!! Good to see Selena looking happy, healthy, and enjoying her time off!! [Image via Twitter.] Read more: http://perezhilton.com/2016-10-09-selena-gomez-break-music-depression-lupus-mental-health-sickness-alcoa-tennessee-restaurant-picture …

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My therapist gave me a pill: can MDMA help cure trauma?

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… can be caused by experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, went misdiagnosed for many years. The panic attacks, body shakes, nightmares and insomnia took their toll, while doctors treated her for depression and anxiety. There were many triggers: physical contact, being alone, showering, seeing someone who resembled a family member, loud sounds, even a red baseball cap the kind her father wore. He and his friends also sexually abused her on numerous occasions. The disorder imprisoned …

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Fit for office? A brief history of leaders’ illnesses

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Hillary Clinton can take heart from former presidents and PMs who didnt let health problems hold them back. JFK had Addisons disease, Franois Mitterrand had cancer and Winston Churchill had depression, a heart attack and a stroke All humanoids suffer illness, but very few of us get sick only two months before were due to go toe-to-toe with Donald Trump to decide who will become the most powerful person in the world. The news that Hillary Clinton is suffering from pneumonia points up a truth …

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This Is The New Loneliness

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… its cool… like its kind… like its a human being… Do people have true mental illnesses? God, yes. Of course! But this isnt about mental illness. People with diagnosable depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses dont make a lifestyle of it. They dont make a home in those diseases. They frantically fight for their life, because they . They get help. They furiously their happiness. Our generation of sadness and loneliness is of the unchecked variety. Of wallowing. Of letting …

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Mom Is Relieved When Son Comes Home From War. But Then He Refuses To Speak To Her

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… different. Greg came home with an undiagnosed case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The Mayo Clinic defines Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event. Military personnel experience the most horrifying nightmares come to life. PTSD can leave such an impact on soldiers that it can become emotionally, mentally, and physically crippling. Thus came the isolation, depression, night terrors, and horrible flashbacks. Greg’s …

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Rottweiler Is Trained To Love And Protect Those With PTSD

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… affects millions of people in the world, especially those we honor who have thankfully come home from war. But not a lot of people know about its severe reality,or know how to deal with it. In order to help cope with this disease and these memories, some people can get service dogs which are trained to prevent or stop anxiety attacks and depression that overcome their humans. In this very short and simple video, we see a very intimate and important relationship between a man and his service dog. …

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