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Many people with depression also experience anxiety, and one of the best ways to reduce anxiety is to breathe slowly. Breathing is a primary focus in...
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When depressed, our negative thoughts and lack of self-worth seem to ring true, but that does not mean they are. We can easily disrupt these thoughts...
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Bipolar Disorder is a complex and challenging mood disorder that affects millions of people. It is characterized by episodes of mania, hypomania, or...
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It can be hard to console or encourage a friend who is struggling with depression. This mood disorder, which some sufferers describe as a “persistent...
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Having depression can trigger feelings of depersonalization and derealization. People commonly experience these feelings at different times during the...
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Miguel Ruiz’s The Four Agreements is frequently considered a spiritual book, but it is also an excellent psychology manual. Anyone who practices the f...
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Theravive is a network of mental health practitioners representing thousands of credentialed therapists and psychologists. Their mission is to facilit...
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The same level of stress motivates some individuals, spurring them into action, yet is overwhelming and paralyzing for others. In Cold Springs Harbor...
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Depression is a major cause of worldwide disability, and people spend millions on medications for it each year. Yet, some treatment professionals, suc...
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There is a narrative about how life should unfold that almost everyone has been taught: go to school, grow up, get married, have kids, and live happil...

 
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