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As an adult, you will have to deal with your abusive parents at some time. But at some level, you are always your parent’s child. No matter how old you are, how aware you are of the abusive relationship between you […]

  Negativity causes unhappiness. When negativity takes over, almost every situation seems hopeless and unwanted. But not every situation is hopeless. Only your mind makes you believe it is. Have you ever found yourself on holiday complaining about the quality of […]

  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 […]

What is Avoidant Personality Disorder? Avoidant personality disorder (AVPD) is a real and serious mood disorder. Most of AVPD is caused by trauma. Some of the key ways to tell if you have avoidant personality disorder is: continued feelings of inadequacy […]

Anger is a natural way to deal with a flight or fight situation. But sometimes a person explodes into a rage without any reason. This is Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED). What is IED? Intermittent explosive disorder (IED) is an impulse-control disorder. […]

It’s natural for new parents to experience mood swings. These feelings are sometimes known as the ‘baby blues’ and go away soon after birth. But some parents may experience a deep and ongoing depression that lasts much longer. That’s called […]

Fight Work Depression How to fight work depression talked about the chemical means of fighting depression at work. This  infographic by Emily Johnson nicely summarizes that information. Published originally by Emily Johnson  * Click here to find out more about Terezia Farkas and […]

Fight The Work Depression According to scientific research, the sequence of small failures can cause a stronger depression when compared with each high-stress factor taken separately. Since we spend about a half of life at work, where fails often happen, […]