Mental Health

Mental Health

Thursday, March 24th, 2022

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At Pine Grove, we believe that education and research are integral to effective treatment. Our blog content includes messages from our staff members, discussion of new studies, and advice for those in every stage of recovery.

Anxiety and Motherhood

Thursday, March 24th, 2022
anxiety and motherhood

Anxiety and Motherhood

If you are one of the millions of women living with an anxiety disorder, you may wonder whether you are capable of coping with the additional challenges associated with [...]


A Primer on Narcissism

There’s Me and There’s Me “That didn’t happen.And if it did, I didn’t do it.And if I did, it wasn’t that bad.And if it was, it wasn’t my fault.And if [...]


How to Spot a Narcissist

Making new friends or testing the waters in a romantic relationship usually involves a “feeling-out” period. You want to get to know each other and understand whether you’re compatible [...]

holiday stress

Seize the Holidays

With this holiday season in full swing, it can also mean added stressors as the whirlwind of our year cascades with back to back holidays. It is always a [...]

intrusive thoughts

How to Stop Intrusive Thoughts

If you live with a mental health issue like anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder, you are probably intimately familiar with intrusive thoughts. Since these can be so [...]


Worries Rarely (If Ever) Come True

This time of year often brings excitement into the air as the leaves begin to change; we pull out our cozy sweaters and enjoy some pumpkin spice. “It’s no [...]

national recovery month

How to Treat Addiction

Addiction is a complex illness that does not discriminate. However, many people who would benefit from pursuing the goal of lifelong sobriety fail to seek treatment. Perhaps you have [...]

postpartum psychosis

Postpartum Psychosis and Postpartum Depression

They don’t call it “labor” for nothing. Maybe the word should be applied not only to delivering a baby, but to the entire year-or-two of enduring pregnancy’s physical challenges [...]

Autism Acceptance Month

A Month of Awareness for Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month (also called Autism Acceptance Month). The word “autism” worries many parents, but the condition is nothing to panic over. What many people think they [...]