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Depression Therapy

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Many Americans are not getting enough sleep. They are sleep deprived. It has become a badge of honor for some to let you know that they sleep 3 or 4 hours a night and do not care to waste hours asleep.



Negative Thoughts are Often Part of Depression

Are Self Defeating and Negative Thoughts Contributing
to Your Feelings of Depression?

When you meet a new situation you will have a variety of thoughts about it. We tend to believe our own thoughts, including negative thoughts or self-defeating thoughts, rarely troubling to challenge them.

In fact, particularly when we are depressed we entertain negative thoughts that […]

By |August 4th, 2018|Categories: Depression Therapy||0 Comments

Suicide Risk and Prevention

Suicide Risk
This past week, two people with familiar names to us, have apparently taken their lives by suicide. These sad events shock and confuse us. Questions such as “How could she leave her daughter?” in Kate Spade’s case or “How could there be anything wrong in the exciting life led by Anthony Bourdain?”

Of course, […]

By |June 8th, 2018|Categories: Depression Therapy||0 Comments

Mental Health and Stigma

May is mental health awareness month. The stigma surrounding mental health and mental illness illness can result in people being critical, fearful, judgmental and generally dismissive of those suffering from a mental disorder. Such stigma causes many people to attempt to hide their mental concerns and thus often avoid treatment or be unwilling to […]

Coping with Bipolar Mania Symptoms

Up All Night and Day and Night…How to Cope with Bipolar Mania Symptoms

Bipolar disorder can be perplexing to observe in someone else. But it can be downright bewildering when it happens to you. There are different varieties of bipolar disorder and each one has its own unique set of symptoms. Some people with bipolar […]

By |December 16th, 2016|Categories: Depression Therapy||0 Comments

Retired and Depressed? 7 Uplifting Things To Do When the Alarm Goes Off

Retired AND depressed? How can that be? Retirement sounds so wonderful… when you’re in the middle of a grinding, hectic workday.   Those long-held expectations of taking it easy and relaxing on a beach can sometimes come to a grinding halt once you’ve actually retired. Why is that?

You may find that you’re not as happy […]

By |October 12th, 2016|Categories: Depression Therapy|Tags: |0 Comments

Meds and Therapy? A One-Two Punch to Knock Out Depression

Millions of people struggle with depression every year.

Untreated depression leads to lost productivity at work, relationship dysfunction and poor physical health. Many people think that depression is just something they have to live with or that it will go away on its own. But, with the right combination of treatment, healing is within your […]

By |October 5th, 2016|Categories: Depression Therapy||0 Comments

What Are the Signs of Depression in Men and Why Are They So Hard to See?

“Man up!” It’s the catch-all, cure-all for the testosterone set. Shrug it off and don’t show weakness. Step up…like a real man. Considering how widespread masculine conditioning is, it’s no surprise that recognizing the signs and symptoms of depression in men can sometimes feel like navigating a maze.
More than 6 million men in the U.S. suffer from […]

By |August 23rd, 2016|Categories: Depression Therapy||0 Comments