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Depression Treatment Center’s 2013 Ten Best Depression Blogs

I am honored to be included on Depression Treatment Center’s list of 10 Best Depression Blogs. Among the other nine are many of my friends, including Storied Mind. Click here to read the full story.

Finding the best blogs on depression and depressive disorders can take a lot of time and can be depressing all on its own. We have compiled a list of the best blogs on depression that you can keep an eye on without having to do your own searching. Each one has been selected based on quality of information as well as how frequently it is updated. We know that you will find these quality blogs to be just as informative as we do and well worth reading.

Whether you are searching for help yourself, to help a loved one or just for more knowledge, we’ve got you covered. We have handpicked the top ten best blogs about depression on the Internet. These authors are depression survivors, physicians and therapists who want to help. The newest studies, firsthand accounts and helpful tips are just some of the great morsels you’ll find in our top ten.

Click here to continue reading.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment James

    Congrats again Therese! Keep up the wonderful work. We are so happy to have found your blog.

  • harjeet90

    this blog has great information related to depression .. reccomended reading depression treatment

  • Mark Myhre

    Depressed people feel very lonely as they think that no one understands them or it seems to them as if everything has ended and there is nothing left in their life,
    everything seems hopeless to them and thus they further alienated themselves from everybody.

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