Mental Health Articles Page 112

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For many Christians seeking counsel for depression they may turn to sources close to their faith, for Christian depression help. Certainly a reliable...
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It may seem that one could effectively use marijuana to treat depression, but in fact, a recent study out of the Netherlands tells the opposite story....
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It’s been said there is a 12 step program for everything and yes, there is a 12 step program for depression. As most people know, the 12 step program...
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Dealing with any depressed person can be tricky. When that person is your boyfriend, it adds another dimension to the problem. The balancing act is be...
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There are several accepted therapeutic paradigms with depression, but the existential therapist, the person-centered therapist and the gestalt therapi...
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Depression is a mood disorder that can strike teens as easily as adults. The major difference come from how the depressed individual reacts to the sym...
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Depression is a type of mood disorder that can range from “having the blues” through dysthymia and all the way to a major depressive disorder. Diagnos...
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If there is one key idea behind using prayer to treat depression, it is this: “Let it go.” Those who have felt the heavy hand of depression know the t...
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Depression is a mental event, largely invisible to the inquiring eye. We see the effects on behavior, but the emotional turmoil of this mood disorder...
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The symptoms of depression aren’t always visible. It is only when the symptoms can no longer be concealed that we can pick them up. And concealing sym...

 
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