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  Want to know how to start your day the right way? First, you need to know what the morning means to your brain. The morning really is the first event that your brain sees via your eyes and other […]

Why do we get depressed at Christmas? The answer is different for everyone. For Christians, one of their most holy holidays has been taken over by greedy corporations and politically correct fringe groups. For others, Christmas is a hectic time […]

Christmas depression is real and it hurts. Christmas is supposed to be the happiest time on earth. But for many, its the saddest, loneliest time. That’s because most of us have this fantasy of what a perfect Christmas should look […]

Did you know that a depressed dad affects his kid’s mental health the same way a depressed mom does? If dad is depressed, his child will suffer mentally just as much as if the mom was the depressed parent. This […]

“Wake up. Listen to the silent cries. The woman too emotional or the guy who just got fired.” The following video was created by a young poet. Her poetry eloquently describes what it’s like to be young and depressed. And […]

Do you know what’s your emotional intelligence? Never heard of it before? Let me explain what emotional intelligence is. Emotional intelligence is… Emotional intelligence is your ability to perceive, evaluate, and manage emotions in yourself. It can also be used […]

I wrote an article about Barbara Swanston  3 years ago. Barbara Swanston is a suicide awareness advocate. What she does is as relevant and important today as it was then when it comes to dealing with the suicide of a loved […]

  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 […]