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Anxiety disorders are real and serious. Worry and fear are constant and overwhelming. People dealing with depression often suffer from anxiety disorders. The reverse is also true. Understanding anxiety disorders can help you deal with depression.  Here are four types […]

All of us are guilty at one time or another of looking back on some part of our lives with regret. It could be regret for something you said, someone you hurt, or something you failed to accomplish. Regret can […]

Christmas depression is really, really tough for someone depressed. Even though friends and family and the world in general seem to be full joy, that doesn’t mean a person with mental illness feels that same joy. Depression doesn’t change quickly with […]

Passionflower is a natural, non-addictive sedative that helps treat anxiety and sleep disorders. In the United States and Europe, passionflower is used as a calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria. There are about 500 species of passionflower. You may […]

  Male menopause and anxiety. As ugly, tough, and weird to go through as female menopause. When a man turns forty, testosterone goes down, cortisol goes up. Emotions go berserk. Depression and anxiety are common. Behaviour can get down right […]

Food affects mood. Natural foods are better than junk foods at regulating mood. Some foods are natural anti-depressants because of what they contain. Your everyday food choices can affect your mood. Here’s eight foods that fight depression and anxiety. Whole grains. […]

There’s the old adage that Christians live their lives with guilt. Maybe it comes from the idea that Jesus died for our sins and so we should all feel guilty. Then there’s all those rules and ideas Christians are supposed […]

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older (18% of U.S. population). (Anxiety and Depression Association of America)   Anxiety disorders are real and serious. Worry […]