May is Mental Health Awareness Month and an excellent time to take a deep dive into depression, something that’s affecting a growing number of Americans right now.
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Battling depression is hard! Learn more about its intricacies and how to support someone who confronts it.
Thirteen quotes to raise awareness and illustrate depression.
This year’s been nothing short of exhausting! Learn what you can do to ward off stress, anxiety, and depression.
If you’re feeling a sense of emotional exhaustion right now, you’re not alone. That tired feeling is an all to common experience for many of us.
Learn more about men’s mental health and why we should all care about this pressing topic.
Men’s mental health is a silent crisis that’s building in the United States. They make up 75% of all deaths by suicide in our nation each year.
Supporting those who are struggling can be hard. If this is something that doesn’t come naturally to you, have no fear! We have a few tips to help you out!
Jaeda’s story about her battle with depression and recovery is powerful. It’s a reminder to those who are struggling that you aren’t alone.
A recent survey by Cigna shows that over 50% Americans are lonely. In fact, a whopping 54% of those polled felt like there was no one in their lives that knew them intimately. The statistics are certainly shocking, but loneliness isn’t just a U.S. phenomenon.
Who hasn’t felt it? It’s like you have weights shackled to your ankles and you’re sinking into an ocean of hopelessness. You’re in a dark room and no matter how hard you try to focus, you can’t see the light shining through.
Getting better is hard, but so is depression! Learn the skills to stay at your best.
Here are a few tips to help you stay afloat during the current tsunami that is consuming our world today.
According to Harvard researchers, a link also has been found between diet and mental health. In addition, excess consumption of processed foods such as soda, candy, processed meat such as bologna, and starches have been linked to depression.
The Sydney Morning Herald - Ariane Beeston I was a newly registered psychologist when my brain broke. On maternity leave from my job in child protection I had what my psychiatrist later explained as a "break from reality" - a psychotic depression. It was a softer way...
Time - October 27, 2016 Are you worried about your teen and don't know what to do next? Below is some advice from Fadi Haddad, MD, a child and adolescent psychiatrist and the author of Helping Kids in Crisis. Talk about the real stuff Sometimes conversations between...
Mental health issues affect 1 out of 5 children and teens in the United States. Depression is among one of the most common mental health issues for youth, affecting anywhere from 10% to 15% of kids.