Blog Posts - Depression



Genetic Management of Fragmented Animal and Plant Populations

That is the title of a new textbook that will be available mid-2017. After almost 6 years work, authors Dick Frankham, Jonathan Ballou, Katherine Ralls, Mark Eldridge, Michele Dudash, Charles Fenster, Bob Lacy & Paul Sunnucks have produced an...
by Conservation Bytes on Dec 10, 2016

ANTI-ANXIETY BLEND FOR THE HOLIDAY BLUES

Happy Holiday Happy holiday,  While the merry bells keep ringing May your every wish come true Happy holiday, happy holiday May the calendar keep bringing Happy holidays to you! Holiday Season...'Tis the season full of si...
by Two Salves and an Oil on Dec 9, 2016

What It’s Like to Be in the Mind of Someone Who’s Depressed

Do you know someone with depression? Learn how to help someone with depression by getting into the mind of someone with depression. End the stigma.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Nov 28, 2016

The Drugs don’t Work…

I never get bored of taking antidepressants, I take so many I should rattle. I bet more people take these than you realise to function on a daily basis. Parenthood can be carried out when you are depressed, it gives you a reason.
by Not So Perfect Mummy Diaires on Aug 26, 2016

Neurofeedback – What Kind of Changes Can Happen?

Below is a sampling of neurofeedback-based changes my clients have reported Sleeping through the night instead of waking up two or three times Having more fun being with their children. “They don’t get to me as much.” Worrying less...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Aug 22, 2016

Prenatal BPA exposure linked to anxiety and depression in boys -- ScienceDaily

Boys exposed prenatally to a common chemical used in plastics may be more likely to develop symptoms of anxiety and depression at age 10-12. The new study by researchers at the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH) within the Ma...
by PolygenicBlog on Aug 18, 2016

Cat scratches, not bites, are associated with unipolar depression--cross-sectional study. - PubMed - NCBI

A recent study performed on 1.3 million patients showed a strong association between being bitten by a cat and probability of being diagnosed with depression. Authors suggested that infection with cat parasite Toxoplasma could be the reason for this...
by PolygenicBlog on Aug 17, 2016

EVEN WHEN TRAPPED BEHIND CLOUDS: A memoir of quiet grace [book review]

EVEN WHEN TRAPPED BEHIND CLOUDS: A memoir of quiet grace Patty Somlo [WiDo Publishing, 234 pages] Before I opened up Even When Trapped Behind Clouds, […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 16, 2016

DEPRESSION & SUICIDE: Being mindful and accepting of the pain of the dark days

Part of mindfulness practice is to have a nonjudgmental acceptance of how things are, right now, in this very moment. Seems simple enough. However, I […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 15, 2016

Are You A Victim Of Normalcy Bias?

Normalcy bias is something that occurs if the potential of a foreign bank collapse does not faze you. Does constant skirmishes all over the world ever cross your mind? Ever consider how the food you just consumed was grown? Was...Read more The post A...
by SeaGlass Fan on Aug 15, 2016

Identifying and Treating Depression

The brain is the most powerful organ in a human body, yet depression (like many other forms of mental illness) is still a largely stigmatized disorder. Unfortunately, it also happens to be a widespread problem, as an estimated 19 million adults in th...
by Myworld on Aug 12, 2016

Main Depression Types And Their Symptoms

Main Depression Types And Their SymptomsThere are persons who use to say they are depressed without actually realizing what it really means. Being sad or disappointed by some unpleasant situation in your life, doesn't mean you are depressed. Depressi...
by Myworld on Aug 12, 2016

Medicating Depression Naturally

If you are like me and prefer not to put any chemicals in your body in the form of drugs and medication, you need to find a natural alternative. But what if you suffer from depression that requires you to constantly take medication just so that you c...
by Myworld on Aug 12, 2016

Why Are We So Sad? Five Possible Reasons...

Sadness is an expression of grief or unhappiness. It often precedes a brief season of depression.I am generally an upbeat, positive person. Cheerful, encouraging, and hopeful describe me most days.So why do I find myself feeling so sad lately?  ...
by God Mission Possible on Aug 11, 2016

MAKING A LIFE: A mid-life recovery from anxiety and depression

I decided to try some short-term therapy when I realized I was close to considering suicide. Six years later, I was done. Or so I […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 8, 2016

Overcoming Depression

 I read an article about how to overcome depression this morning on cbn.com. My believe is that this article will help someone who is going through depression. If you find it helpful, please feel free to make your comment. OVERCOMING DEPRES...
by Overcoming Depression on Aug 6, 2016

You complete me

Ted went through some difficult times after the ridiculous way his previous relationship ended. He was left at the altar and his fiance ran away with his best man.
by Demos Blog on Aug 3, 2016

Italy Setup Similar to pre-1931 America #GreatDepression

--->NewsItalians invest more in bonds than any European saver. Their faith in sovereign debt, an asset class that history shows us almost always defaults, changes the bailout dynamic for Italy. The Great Depression hit so hard because foreign debt...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Jul 29, 2016

A Non-Grandma Brag Book

You don’t have to be a grandma to have a brag book. In fact, I’d like to suggest that you have one looooong before then. That you start one, even before you have kids yourself. You see, my blogging friend Kirsty set a prompt for todayR...
by Middle Aged Mama on Jul 24, 2016

Flash Backs of My Past With Mental Health, Undiagnosed . . . .

. “Sometimes we have to look back and remember what life was like before being finally diagnosed with a mental and emotional illness.  It is at times still difficult for me to talk about. I was first diagnosed in 2002 while in a behavioral a...


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