Imagine predicting suicide risk with apps and blood test. According to the Washington Post, it is possible. Scientists have developed a system of blood tests and apps that can 90% predict if someone will start thinking about suicide or attempt it. A study published by researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine took a look at…

Why don’t people who are suicidal seek help when in crisis? It’s a good question. One group of people who usually won’t ask for help are men. There are several reasons of course, but it all boils down to stigma. Stigma keeps men silent. This is where Men Heal comes in. Men Heal is a mental health…

#TheWorstPartOfDepressionIs is trending today on Twitter. There are so many great comments and thoughts being shared. Here’s a few to help you or anyone you know suffering from depression. What do you think the worst part of depression is? #TheWorstPartOfDepressionIs people telling you that you’re just going through a little phase. #TheWorstPartOfDepressionIs that everyone thinks it’s…

  What is depression and how is it treated? Depression is often confused with feeling blue. Normal sadness is from daily life situations, frustrations, and losses. Depression isn’t normal sadness. Depression is a prolonged, severe illness that disables a person. Depression ranges from mild to severe. Mild depression may be helped by changing a person’s daily…

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Terezia Farkas

Terezia Farkas is an international bestselling author in depression and grief. Terezia is a reiki master, psychic medium, and certified channeller.
Visit Terezia Farkas on Twitter @tereziafarkas
Website: http://www.tereziafarkas.com
Honours:
Alberta Lt. Governor Circle on Mental Health and Addictions certificate. Bell Let's Talk Social Media Ambassador 2017.
CAMH (Canadian Addictions and Mental Health) 150 Difference Makers nominee.
2014 Global Crisis of Depression Summit at Kings Place in London on November 25, 2014, which included speakers Kofi A Anan, the 7th former Secretary General of the UN.

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