Category: Depression

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The High Price We Pay for Our Fear of Loneliness

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When Depression is a Symptom of Buried Anger

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/emotion-information/202009/when-depression-is-symptom-buried-anger One very effective way to ease and even heal depression is by releasing the enormous burden of our visceral rage. How is this done?…

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Depressed : What Should I Do?

The thoughts we say to ourselves play a big role in how we feel. https://greatist.com/health/depression-cant-get-out-of-bed “Instead, break the day down into smaller, more manageable tasks….

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8 Ways to Fight Depression

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/compassion-matters/201110/eight-ways-actively-fight-depression Have Compassion For Yourself Depression is often accompanied by a critical, self-destructive mentality that interferes with and distracts us from our daily lives. By…

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Psychotherapy not as effective for kids, adolescents with depression

Psychotherapy not as effective for kids, adolescents with depression, study says https://t.co/G5coXctxrg via @upi — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) April 8, 2020 Psychotherapy may be more…

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The anatomy of melancholy — Can depression be good for you? | Neel Burton | TEDxMaribor

Dr Neel Burton is a psychiatrist, philosopher, and writer who lives and teaches in Oxford, England, where he also runs the Oxford Wine Academy and…

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The taboo of depression | Silja Björk Björnsdóttir | TEDxReykjavík

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Depression & Child Sexual Abuse | Dr Rosaleen McElvaney

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