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Sad Depressed Lady
Depression is a chronic disorder, which if not immediately treated subjects the sufferer and his or her immediate social network to a very poor qualit...
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Depression occurs when a neurotransmitter in the brain known as serotonin is imbalanced in the brain, hence affecting mood and personality. This condi...
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If you regularly read material on depression and bipolar disorder, you may have seen the acronym LFMS. It stands for low-field magnetic stimulation....
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Our brain requires food, oxygen, exercise, relaxation, and rest. Especially when experiencing symptoms of depression, we need to make sure our brain i...
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So many of our emotional ups and downs are related to conflicts in our intimate relationships. A love relationship that transports us through our days...
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A great skill to have, if you are depressed, is doing things that nurture well-being although you get no pleasure from doing them. Fortunately, while...
Build Self-Esteem
Self esteem refers to the way people view themselves; for example, whether they feel important, confident or they feel worthless. Its degree can vary...
Alcohol and Depression
While drinking moderate amount of alcohol is good for your health, some people turn to copious amounts of alcohol to drown their distress after the oc...
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When people with mood and anxiety disorders see the world in a negative or threatening way, it increases their negative and anxious feelings—strengthe...
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If we enter adolescence or adulthood with little or no self confidence what can be done about it? Three skills which support self confidence are eff...

 
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