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In 2017 I wrote an article, “Christmas Depression” I asked why Christmas was so depressing and what could be done to fight Christmas depression. I was surprised to find that during Christmas fewer people are actually admitted to hospital emergency rooms …Read More

Its autumn and daylight hours are getting shorter. Time to get your SAD Kit ready. What’s that? You don’t know what’s a SAD kit? Well, let me first explain SAD. SAD SAD is seasonal affective disorder. When seasons change, there’s …Read More

  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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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, …Read More

As the days have gotten shorter and darker, many people experience seasonal depression.  The less sunlight in combination with cold winter weather, many just want to stay indoors and put their head under their covers. Are there any foods that could improve your …Read More

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 …Read More

Holidays are a special time of year for many reasons. For some people however the Holiday season is a time when depression hits hardest. This may be the result of anxiety, stress or increased responsibility. For many the primary cause …Read More

Christmas holiday season making you feel stressed or anxious? Then be kind to yourself and avoid shopping on Black Friday! It’s a frenzied mob of highly charged, emotionally stressed buyers who will do things they normally wouldn’t. People pepper spray …Read More