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  1. Coping With Grief

    Grief is natural when you lose someone or something dear to you. WebMD offers expertise on coping with grief and the healing process.

  2. Factitious Disorders

    WebMD looks at factitious disorders, conditions in which a person deliberately and consciously acts as if he or she -- or a loved one -- has a physical or mental illness when he or she is not really sick.

  3. Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder)

    Dissociative identity disorder, once called multiple personality disorder, results in two or more split identities. Learn more from WebMD about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of this complex mental illness.

  4. Chronic Pain and Depression: Managing Pain When You're Depressed

    Depression can magnify pain and make it harder to cope. The good news is that effective treatments can relieve depression and make chronic pain more tolerable. Learn more from WebMD.

  5. Depression Relapse: What to Do First

    Depression usually recurs over a lifetime. WebMD explains how recurrences and relapses are treated.

  6. Somatoform Disorders

    WebMD explains the symptoms and treatment of a somatoform disorder -- a mental disorder in which patients experience pain that can't be traced to any physical cause.

  7. Mental Health and Deep Brain Stimulation

    Deep brain stimulation (DBS) -- which has been used successfully to treat conditions like Parkinson's disease -- is now being researched as a treatment for mental illnesses like obsessive-compulsive disease and major depression. Learn more from WebMD.

  8. Paranoid Personality Disorder

    Information on paranoid personality disorder (PPD), a mental health condition marked primarily by distrust of others.

  9. Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    Learn more about narcissistic personality disorder from WebMD.

  10. Munchausen Syndrome

    Read about Munchausen syndrome, in which a person repeatedly acts as if he or she has a physical or mental illness when they aren't really sick.

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