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October 2017 Archives

  The loneliest number isn’t one. You can be all alone, and not be lonely. You can be a hermit and feel loved by the Universe and joyful for being alive. One of the most common misconceptions about loneliness is […]

  We all like to think that going to our family doctor (GP) with our depression will help cure us. But there’s an ongoing debate among people suffering with depression. Should you trust your GP with your depression? I’ve got […]

Getting old doesn’t mean you should be depressed. In my previous post Old and Depressed: The Not So Golden Years, I mentioned five causes of elderly depression. Sadly though, many old people suffer with depression. Grief, leaving home for a nursing […]

  Chinese herbs for depression have been used for thousands of years. Chinese herbs to treat depression and anxiety come in various forms – as dried plant parts, pills or capsules, or as powders. Only a small portion of what […]

  Depressed Asian American seniors don’t want to speak out because of stigma and shame. Instead, they silently cope with depression and anxiety. Asian American women have the highest suicide rate of any racial group in America. Why not speak out about […]