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Tips for Veterans to Cope With Survivor's Guilt on Memorial Day

This year, the U.S. will practice Memorial Day on Monday, May 27th. Naturally, this season can bring up complex emotions for veterans. Survivors may feel a mixture of guilt, loss, camaraderie, and shame during the ceremonies.

Fentanyl Awareness Day interview: Dr. Bruce Figuered and Good Morning San Diego

In March alone, over 5,000 pounds of illegal fentanyl have been seized by state and local authorities in California. This epidemic means that more Californians are in need of treatment, including addressing the possible mental health issues that may be present with addiction. Jackson House CEO Dr. Bruce Figuered talks with Allie Wagner of Good Morning San Diego about the import ...

How Veterans with PTSD Can Get a Better Night's Sleep

Symptoms such as disturbing nightmares and chronic insomnia are common for those struggling with PTSD, making a good night's sleep feel impossible. However, there are practical and effective solutions available to all veterans struggling with the impact of PTSD on their sleep.

Good Morning San Diego chats with Dr. Bruce Figuered

The consequences of untreated mental health issues can include strained or lost personal relationships, substance abuse, and even homelessness. Jackson House CEO Dr. Bruce Figuered believes that treatment should be available and accessible for everyone, and wants to end the stigma surrounding reaching out for help. Jackson House has inpatient and outpatient treatment plans to f ...

The Healing Power of Laughter: How Humor Affects Your Mental Health

Laughter is often described as the best medicine, and for good reason. It’s a universal experience that brings people together. Beyond serving as a point of connection, laughter has profound effects on our mental health.

When to Seek Residential Treatment for Anxiety

Anxiety can impact everyday life, making it difficult to carry out a range of routine tasks and deal with the demands of daily life. For some people, residential treatment can provide an intensive form of care that helps to treat anxiety when other treatment methods may have been ineffective.

Good Evening San Diego Interview with Dr. Bruce Figuered

An increased number of 18-28 year-olds report an alarming rise in their level of loneliness. Jackson House CEO Dr. Bruce Figuered caught up with Good Evening San Diego to talk about this trend, and what to do if you experience feelings of anxiety or depression. Increased social media use, societal changes, and post-pandemic isolation can have detrimental effects on mental healt ...

Springtime Activities to Improve Your Mental Health

Spring can be the perfect time to start a new routine or find new ways to care for your mental health as it starts to warm up.

Stages of Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a mental health disorder that is often misunderstood and left untreated. Different symptoms arise during each stage of schizophrenia, and it can be helpful to understand the progression of the disorder so you can seek treatment before it becomes overwhelmingly disruptive to your life.

The Relationship Between Fear and Anxiety

Human emotions are intricately intertwined, and fear and anxiety are nearly impossible to separate. Understanding this relationship helps individuals cope with these feelings as they arise. By recognizing the triggers and symptoms, you can navigate both fear and anxiety with grace and resilience.

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