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The World According to Robin Williams

Tribute to Mr. Robin William’s Life Jenny (Garp’s Mother): “You know Garp, everybody dies. My parents died. Your father died. […]

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Posted in Bipolar Disorder I and II, Culture & Society, Depression, In The News, Mental Health5 Comments

Sleep and the Serotonin Connection

Many of us know the problem of sleeplessness too well. We lay awake at night wishing that we could find […]

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Posted in Depression, Health & Behavior, Mental Health, Sleep18 Comments

About Complicated Bereavement Disorder

Warren Schmidt: “Relatively soon, I will die. Maybe in 20 years, maybe tomorrow, it doesn’t matter. Once I am dead […]

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Posted in Death and Mourning, Depression, Grief & Loss, Grief and Bereavement, Mental Health30 Comments

The Role of Inflammation in Depression and a Lifestyle Program To Manage It

It is in moments of illness that we are compelled to recognize that we live not alone but chained to a […]

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Posted in Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health20 Comments

Bipolar I and II Disorder: A Diagnosis, Not A Prison Sentence

On Bipolar Disorder: “You are not your illness. You have an individual story to tell. You have a name, a […]

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Posted in Bipolar Disorder I and II, Depression, In The News29 Comments

Living With Depression

“Depression is the sadness that informs as it leads an animal to pursue that course of action which is most […]

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About Clinical Depression: Treatment Tips From A Professional

“If you stop thinking about your problems, your depression will go away; you’d be happier.” “Think about positive things; you’ll […]

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The Beneficial Face of Depression

There is a beneficial side to depression, as strange as it may be. Perhaps Darwin said it best: “Depression is […]

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Posted in Change, Creativity, Depression, Mental Health, Self-Development, Suffering9 Comments

Eating disorders afflicting older women, today.

Doctors say that more and more of the estimated 8 million Americans who suffer from an eating disorder are over […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Culture & Society, Dealing with Stress, Depression, Eating disorder, Mental Health, Self-esteem2 Comments

Depression: Circumstance, Your Health Habits, or Both?

Biology affects how you feel and behave. Medications and certain food and drink can bring about a depressed state or […]

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Posted in Coping & Resilience, Depression, Health & Behavior3 Comments

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