On Thursday, August 29, from 3-4PM EST, YourTango relationship expert and psychologist Dr. Lisa Kaplin will be answering all of your relationship and mental health questions. Dealing with depression in your marriage? Anxiety as a single? Join our chat and get some answers.
A mental illness diagnosis can be hard to handle when you're in a relationship. Internal and external stressors put strain on the love you feel for each other; when it's too much to handle alone, consider couples therapy to help you both heal.
According to a YourTango Experts study, addiction is the biggest mental health challenge couples face. Armed with this knowledge and some advice from mental health professionals, you can work toward a healthier future with your partner.
The heartbreaking realities of marriage dissolution include a high divorce rate for people with mental illnesses. Why is this? Issues like depression, anxiety and bi-polar disorder can put heavy strain on the healthy partners. Learn how to navigate this complicated issue.
Relationships are hard work. They're even harder when plagued by a mental illness diagnosis. A new study by YourTango reveals the most common issues couples deal with, as well as how to get on the right track for recovery.
If your spouse or significant other is dealing with a mental illness? Here are a few things to keep in mind that can help them—and help you keep your marriage healthy.
A new survey of mental health professionals reveals what mental illnesses are the biggest threat to married couples nuptial happiness. Plus, we look at some positive news about recovery and how a diagnosis can actually strengthen a marriage.
From August 26 through September 6, we'll be helping couples and individuals stay strong and work toward healing in the face of mental illness with advice and insight from mental health professionals.