Be A Depression Stigma Fighter ( #StigmaFighter  #NotAlone) We’ve all know that breaking depression stigma is important. We know stigma is used to keep certain parts of society under control, or annexed from the rest of the population. But why is stigma still a problem when it comes to mental health? After all, isn’t mental health…

  In 2017, a collaborative team of depression researchers and people with lived experience released 11 questions to help move depression research forward. How people with depression helped move research forward in Alberta, Canada As I mentioned in my earlier article, “People With Depression Help Move Research Forward”,(2018)  depressed people want to have their voices heard…

    We need to get more depression researchers and depressed people into a healthy relationship. People with depression help move research forward. It’s not easy for a depressed person to function some days, much less be involved in research. But you might be surprised how many depressed people actually want to create change and…

Did you know that Tiger Lilies healing properties can help depression? Maybe that’s why my garden is full of different types of Tiger Lilies. They are a bright, colourful flower that brings joy to the heart. But there’s more to a Tiger Lily than looking beautiful! What Is A Tiger Lily? Tiger Lily belongs to…

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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.
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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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