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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 […]

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 […]

  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 […]

  Just like it is important to recognize the signs and symptoms of depression so people will seek treatment, it is also important to recognize the signs of recovery – what better feels like. Hopelessness is a central symptom of […]

Travel and depression is the idea that somehow new settings will cure depression. It doesn’t work that way. Travel and depression won’t cure you. It’s a nice idea, but the truth is travel is often a stressful experience that aggravates […]

How to cool your anger is a good question. Once you know how to recognize the warning signs that your temper is rising and learn to anticipate your triggers, you can deal with your anger before it spins out of […]

If you have depression, you can add anger to your list of symptoms. Anger is a normal emotion to feel when you’re under stress or anxious. But the anger in depression is a more vague, self focused emotion. Your anger doesn’t […]

How to Forgive We all experience love in one form or another. We all experience hurt and pain. It’s part of the human condition. For some, resentments are difficult to release. The tighter the hold, the harder it may be to […]

Flower remedies are one of the easiest ways to deal with depression. They are also safe to use. Are flower remedies difficult to make? Not at all. They’re really easy. Here are seven flower remedies that deal with depression. Seven […]