News and information on mental health issues, the history of mental illness understanding and treatment, basic facts about various mental illnesses, and tips on living with it.
Lists culled from current diagnostic criteria most commonly used in the United States by mental health professionals. These are divided into three broad categories: adult, childhood, and personality disorders.
"In brief, alexithymia is the inability to talk about feelings due to a lack of emotional awareness. Alexithymics are typically unable to identify, understand or describe their own emotions, and the construct of alexithymia refers to some of the chief manifestations of this deficit in emotional functioning."
Support group for partners, parents, employees, and others who interact with individuals who suffer from alexithymia, defined as an inability to talk about feelings due to a lack of emotional awareness.
Online book by Dr. Shahul Ameen discusses the diagnosis and management of conditions with organic causes, including dementia and other cognitive disorders, traumatic brain injury, and delusional, mood, and anxiety disorders.
Massachusetts General Hospital Mood and Anxiety Disorders Institute provides information about depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
Psychiatric Times article presents case histories of several patients unable to express their emotions.