Articles: depression

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  1. 8 Steps to Take When Considering Antidepressants

    by Michael Banov

    This article give a brief, focused list of things to do before deciding to take (or not to take) antidepressants. The author is a Harvard-trained, triple board-certified psychiatri...

  2. A Case Study on Anxious Depression

    by June Butlin

    Helen is a single parent of three children who works extremely hard to provide for her family. She was employed part time as a teacher, and although the money was limited, she mana...

  3. Clobbering The Symptom

    by Beata Bishop

    Beata Bishop takes a look at how people who suffer from depression are treated by doctors. She talks about the way in which few doctors attempt to uncover the cause of the problem ...

  4. Coping with Depression: Taking the First Steps Towards Healing

    by Jennifer Longmore

    There is a saying that depression is blind and unbiased. In other words, this chronic mental health condition doesn’t care who you are; it can strike at any moment, to anyone. This ...

  5. Defeating Teenage Depression - Getting There Together

    by Dr Roslyn Law

    Depression during adolescence is a significant public health issue, the impact of which is felt by young people and their families for months and sometimes years. It destabilizes l...

  6. Depressed? Your Dreams Can Help!

    by John Goldhammer

    Dream researcher John Goldhammer has discovered, from his 25 plus years of researching dreams and techniques of dream interpretations, that the majority of our dreams have a profou...

  7. Depression

    by Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.

    My dictionary defines depression as: "an emotional state of mind characterised by feelings of gloom and inadequacy, leading to withdrawal." This is the usual description of a patho...

  8. Depression

    by June Butlin

    Depression is a growing health problem and one of the least understood diseases. It affects adults and children of all ages and can be very serious. Untreated depression may lead t...

  9. Depression - Promising Treatment Approaches

    by Jonathan Brown

    This article focuses on depression --- a debilitating mental illness where the affected person often develops an extremely negative outlook on life and sees no way out of the black...

  10. Depression - The Fast-Spreading Malady

    by Manisha Jain

    Depression, as the word itself suggests, is a low feeling, an experience of nothingness and low spirits. Depression is a growing health problem and one of the least understood disea...

  11. Escaping the Prison of Depression

    by Dorothy Rowe

    Dorothy Rowe, researcher and prolific author about depression for 35 years, writes in her column that many people who are depressed present images of being trapped and alone when a...

  12. Fatigue Propelled Depression

    by Michael Levy

    In this column which focuses on depression caused by fatigue, the author discloses that latest US statistics declare one in ten teenagers suffer from major depressions and that man...

  13. Healing Your Moods Naturally

    by Brant Secunda and Mark Allen

    The authors, a shaman healer and the world champion Ironman, describe how necessary and beneficial it is for us to keep our connections to the natural world.

  14. Living With Someone Else's Depression

    by Joseph Poullis

    This brief article touches on the ways that being in close contact with a depressed person can affect one. Family members, as the depressed person makes the long descent into hope...

  15. Moving Through Depression

    by Maggie Baker

    This author was diagnosed with depression at the age of forty. She felt that she had spent her adulthood lurching from one crisis to another, including a disastrous marriage and a ...

  16. Moving Through Depression, Literally

    by Maggie Baker

    Maggie writes about a very personal journey from a major breakdown seven years ago. She tells of how repression of her real self was at the heart of her problems and how she has ov...

  17. Moving Through Depression: A Few Steps Further

    by Maggie Baker

    Maggie Baker. A follow up to her previous article Moving Through Depression (issue 34).

  18. Natural Approaches to Depression

    by Rory Myles

    This article describes research linking Depression with a wide range of health problems, including Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Back Pain, Cardiovascular Disease, Physical De...

  19. Teen Suicide Prevention and Awareness - I AM NOT OK

    by Steve Wilson

    When I decided to produce a community service video I spoke to several fellow nurses to get their opinion on what type of video would have the most impact on our community. We came...

  20. The Experience of Depression

    by Dorothy Rowe

    Each of us experiences depression in an image which is idiosyncratically our own, and yet which shares a meaning with all other people's images of the experience of depression.

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