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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression Help

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of talk therapy that helps a person become aware of negative, inaccurate thinking in order to become more equipped in dealing with challenging situations. This type of psychotherapy has proven effective in...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 23, 2016

Practice Gratitude to Increase Happiness

Recognizing and practicing gratitude can be an extremely helpful tool for creating happiness, especially for those battling depression. Here are a few reasons why gratitude increases happiness: The brain interprets gratitude as optimism. Practicing...
by Recovery Advocates on Dec 23, 2015

Need Help To Beat Postnatal Depression? Read This

Becoming a parent is the greatest feeling in the world. But any mother could be affected by postnatal depression. While mental issues of any ilk are tough, feeling these negative things during the happiest times of your life can be the hardest of all...
by Beauty Tips on Aug 12, 2015

9 Essential Steps For Dealing With Depression

It is known that people with low self-esteem are more prone to depression than the others. Therefore, to deal with this ailment it is important to work on confidence. Listed below are the activities that in themselves are not the methods of struggle...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 30, 2015

10 Foods to Fight Off Depression

Therese Borchard had inflammation in her brain, which is said to play a major part in the development of depression, and decided to change her diet in order to reduce the inflammation and improve her health. It took about nine months for her to start...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 10, 2015

Kate Middleton speaks out for Mental Illness

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge and wife to Prince William of the British Monarchy, has released a video in support of the charity, Place2Be, which supports children suffering from mental illness. She talks about how there is a negative stigma a...

Regular Exercise Can Help With Depression

Studies show that regular exercise can lower rates of depression.  This is because when we exercise, the body releases endorphins which trigger a positive feeling in the body.  This feeling is sometimes referred to as a “runner’s high&...
by Recovery Advocates on Jan 5, 2015

Physiological Contributors to Depression– Part Two

The following list continues from the first part of this series on the physiological contributors to depression. The list from both articles (parts one and two) makes up 20 factors that might possibly have an influence on mood. It is possible that at...
by Recovery Advocates on Dec 12, 2014

A PSA: Vulnerability is our greatest strength.

Facebook has sucked the life out of me this week. What's wrong with people?
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Oct 3, 2014

Defeating Depression, Here’s Where To Start

Ceaseless worry, doubt or negativism may be caused from mental illness like depression. It may also deduce from side effects of a medicine, diet or from being extremely stressed. If your way of thinking is impacting how you act around other people by...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 15, 2014

Pay Attention

In my lifetime, I have personally known at least two people who have committed suicide and one whose death left questions. I have had fewer than six degrees of separation from many others, and who knows how many have attempted. Is this normal? Are we...
by The Rising of a Queen on Jul 24, 2014

What Are The Main Causes For Depression?

In today’s day-to-day lifestyle, depression is a very familiar disorder. It affects every eighth man and every fourth woman (scary I know). Many of us are actually unaware of the symptoms of depression which include feelings of desperation, com...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 3, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety / The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream Part 3

I had to have another practice session that day to get over what had happened so I worked my tail off and practiced for a good two hours, but no prize money in this event meant I needed to be even more stingy with my money. My other two friends also...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 1, 2013

Silent Screams

I understand people who cuts themselves . But why do they do it? To draw the attention of someone, others say that they do it for pleasure . But there is something more behind this. Young people , although not want to end their life , they feel that...
by Epic Thoughts on Oct 21, 2013

Depression Kicking In? Check Who’s Sitting Beside you…

Mike was his name and he was one of my best friends since the age of 16. Mike was a single guy, little older than me and considered himself wiser than anyone he came across. His life was unsatisfying and unhealthy in many ways, and at every chance he...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 20, 2013

The Evolution of Agoraphobia

This is how the debilitating condition known as Agoraphobia, commonly known as the fear of open spaces, develops. It starts with a person who is already struggling with generalized anxiety. The anxiety sufferer will ultimately develop an additional f...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 18, 2013

To Conquer Fear Is The Beginning Of Wisdom

If I can do it so can you, but you must apply the 4 p’s to your anxiety disorder recovery process which are…perfect practice, patience and perseverance. Just ask yourself one question, how would your life be different if generalized anxie...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 16, 2013

(video) The Top Ten Things You Should Never Say to a Person With Generalized Anxiety

A beautiful day to make the video version of this popular article, just steps away from one of my first full blown panic attacks where I was left thinking the worst, but things change and programs in the mind change and if I can do it than there is n...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 14, 2013

10 Reasons The World Is Bored And Unfulfilled (video)

Bored? Unfulfilled? The video version of this popular article that will give you the reasons for why things are the way they are, and what you must do to change it today. Follow the pro athlete who overcame an anxiety disorder naturally.
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 29, 2013

10 Reasons The World Is Bored And Unfulfilled (video)

Bored? Unfulfilled? The video version of this popular article that will give you the reasons for why things are the way they are, and what you must do to change it today. Follow the pro athlete who overcame an anxiety disorder naturally.
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 29, 2013


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