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bp Magazine new edition: Tackling Anger
Anger. Everyone experiences this intense emotion from time to time. It's a normal, usually healthy response to internal or external events. But when we can't control our anger-and instead let anger control us-it can jeopardize our personal and professional relationships, which in turn deteriorates our quality of life.

Hurricane Relief Resource Guide
NAMI is providing a listing of resources for consumers and families that are affected by Hurricanes Ike & Gustav.

Go Vote. Mental Health Care Depends On It.

Get to know your candidates before you go to the polls. They can have a big impact on health care.

The Village: Opening Doors for Those in Need

By tailoring services for each person, the Village is making a lasting impression on mental health programs across the nation.

Mental Health Care Gets My Vote

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Culturally Competent, Clinically Relevant

To give the best care, providers need to understand the person they're talking to.

Trying to Test for Psychosis Risk

Early research has found that a blood test could help identify people who might later go on to develop psychosis.

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Book Review: Unhinged: A Memoir of Enduring, Surviving and Overcoming Family Mental Illness

When you have a family legacy riddled with psychosis, paranoia and suicide, the odds of avoiding these symptoms yourself don’t look so promising.

Living Well with Schizophrenia

Understanding your illness doesn't happen overnight.It takes patience and experience.

Have You Been Screened for Depression Today?

You get checked for cavities and high blood pressure. You should get checked for depression too.

Do You Know the Symptoms? Oct. 5-11 is Mental Illness Awareness Week; NAMI Calls for Public Education

Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) is Oct. 5-11. What do you have planned?

MIAW is a time for education about mental illness such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other medical conditions that affect a person's thinking, feelings moods, ability to relate to others and daily functioning.

Refusing to Leave Borderline on the Sidelines

Taking the field in green shoes last season was just one step for Brandon Marshall raising awareness for BPD.

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Mental Illness Awareness Week, Oct. 5-11, 2014

Working Together for Common Ministry

Clergy don't often have the tools necessary to help congregants with mental illness. This is how we can change that.

Why Punishing Challenging Behavior Doesn’t Work

Working together with your child to solve is mutually beneficial.

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Working Together for Common Ministry

Clergy don't often have the tools necessary to help congregants with mental illness. This is how we can change that.

NAMI Advocacy Update: September 2014

NAMI advocates work to reform mental health, Senate Judiciary Committee passes legislation to give offenders a second chance, and a webinar teaching you how to advocate for CIT.

YANA: This is Why I Walk

Mental illness is a part of all of our lives in one way or another—it shouldn't have to be a secret.

“Why Do Y’all Have Tattoos?”

A simple question can have a much bigger impact than you'd expect.

Please Like Me, a TV Comedy with a Social Action Twist

NAMI held a screening of Please Like Me on Capitol Hill to raise awareness about mental illness.

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