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Our Editorial Process
Our team is committed to bringing you mental health information that you can fully trust. We want you to feel confident that Tracking Happiness provides unbiased, trustworthy, and accurate information about your mental health, which is why we’re so committed to our editorial process.
Our contributors ensure that every article we publish is filled with actionable tips, examples, and scientific research. Our articles are peer-reviewed before they're published and updated on an ongoing basis.
We have strict sourcing guidelines and draw only from peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, and medical journals. Primary sources, including studies, scientific references, and statistics, are linked within each article so that every piece of advice can be traced back to a well-researched finding.
Finally, we try to include real examples and stories from our community. Mental health advice can often seem unactionable and ambiguous. We always aim to give you actual steps to help you incorporate best practices into your life.
Our content and tools are for informational purposes only and are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call a doctor or 911. If you or any other person are feeling suicidal or are in immediate crisis - don't depend on Tracking Happiness for help.
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