About Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. is an Associate Editor and regular contributor at Psych Central. Her Master's degree is in clinical psychology from Texas A&M University. In addition to writing about mental disorders, she blogs regularly about body and self-image issues on her Psych Central blog, Weightless.
Articles by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.:
This Under-Utilized Drug Is Actually Critical for Treatment-Resistant Depression
What Is It Really Like to Stay at a Psychiatric Hospital?
Could Your Pessimistic Personality, Deep-Seated Insecurity, or Sinking Energy Actually Be a Treatable Disorder?
What to Do If You’re Feeling Anxious Right Now
The Most Effective Therapies for Treating Bipolar Disorder
Tried-And-True Coping Strategies to Turn to When Stress Strikes
How to Show Up for Yourself Like You Do for Your Loved Ones
Going Beyond the Daily Grind
These 6 Facts About Therapy Will Surprise You
What Everyone Should Know About Healthy Relationships
How to Really Support a Loved One Who’s Struggling with Their Mental Illness
Why Feeling Left Out Can Feel So Painful—And 7 Healthy Ways to Cope
7 Pointers for Setting Boundaries When You’re A True-Blue People Pleaser
A Pep Talk for People Pleasers for Setting Boundaries
Do Men and Women Experience Bipolar Disorder Differently?
The Best Questions to Ask Yourself to Shift Your Perspective
8 Ways to Work Smarter (Not Harder)
Why You Can’t Stop Apologizing—Even When You’re Clearly Not at Fault
What Psychotic Episodes Really Look and Feel Like
When Decluttering Feels Daunting
Using Art to Identify, Inspire and Honor Your Intentions
5 Strategies for Transforming Stress from Overwhelming to Super Helpful
What Everyone Needs to Know About Bipolar Disorder
9 Tiny Tweaks to Turn a Blah Day Around
How to Ask Your Spouse for Support—Without Sounding Like a Nag or Critic