New Clues About Why Sleep Loss Is Linked To Depression, Anxiety #Depression and #sleep problems are intimately connected, as many people know, and the relationship seems to go both ways. Sleep disturbances, of various types, are central symptoms of depression; on the other hand, chronic lack of sleep seems to predispose one to developing depression.
Amazingly, helping those in need by a crisis text line Texting has become So important in helping the young! We now understand the importance of Texting! We support it totally! by Nancy Lublin How data from a crisis text line is saving lives When a young woman texted DoSomething.org with a heartbreaking cry for […]
Depression Is Not A Choice No degree, training, or education is required to use the one gift we all have: The ability to empathize By BRIAN CUBAN Nov 29, 2017 at 6:32 PM I am one of many lawyers who struggle with clinical depression. I say “many” because according to 2016 Hazelden Betty Ford/ABA study, 28 percent […]
I was cleaning out my childhood room a couple months ago and stumbled upon a bright pink Bratz journal wedged underneath my mattress. I recognized it from my elementary school days and gave a little smirk. Whatever was inside, I knew it was going to be good.
Depression make you feel like a total nuisance at times, so it’s not surprising that these flippant comments do not help. Although a lot of the time these words have been said by complete strangers, they still cut deeply.
Each month we recognize different causes. October was National Bullying Prevention Month, as we enter November, a new initiative of STOMP Out Bullying™ is National #BlockItOutDay. The goal of this day is to block negativity from our digital lives and, by doing so, end cruelty, homophobia, LGBTQ discrimination, racism, hatred and online violence.
There seems to be a new trend now, whereas everyone seems to be opening up about depression and Mental Health. I do think it is wonderful and healthy for women and especially for men who are now coming forward in droves to talk about themselves and their depression to their peers,Therapists and Psychologists. This is […]
Many times we think we understand something well, but we may just not have all the facts. Print Email When it comes to mental illnesses, there is a misunderstanding on what it is, and most importantly what it isn’t. If you are considering treatment for yourself or someone you love, it is crucial to […]
The Huffington Post | By Carolyn Gregoire Forget meditation and yoga: For many stressed-out Americans, the best remedy for a stressful day at work or the sting of a painful breakup is the smell of brand-new clothing, the feel of a silk dress and the sound of a credit card being swiped. […]
By Angela Cain | Thursday, May 16, 2013 1:24 pm If someone has cancer, heart disease or certain other physical ailments, we have compassion for them. But there is one illness that often elicits shame, not compassion. It is silenced in many families and that silence can add to the burden of those who have […]