14 Things to Never Say to Someone with Depression Even if you have the best of intentions, these tidbits of advice may hurt someone with depression more than they heal. Don’t tell them to shake it off Why it’s harmful: When you tell someone to just shake off their depression, you trivialize their condition and … Read more14 Things to Never Say to Someone with Depression
Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold Every week, when Ian Hanley sits down with his therapist, he goes through a list of depression treatments he’s been researching online. The best-known treatments at the top of the list–half a dozen antidepressants and known combinations of those drugs–are all crossed out. Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin … Read moreNicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold
9 Types of Depression You Didn’t Know You Could Have People don’t realize that depression can take many forms. That bad mood you’re in might be diagnosable—and treatable. Here’s what you need to know. Clinical depression When you can’t seem to get out of bed, you take little pleasure in the company of others, and … Read more9 Types of Depression You Didn’t Know You Could Have
Schizoid Personality Disorder Schizoid personality disorder is not overly common, but it still affects the lives of millions of Americans. Men and women with this condition seem detached from their own lives and have few if any close relationships with other people, and their ability to find happiness and fulfillment is limited as a result. … Read moreSchizoid Personality Disorder
Can Major Depression Cause Psychosis? Major depression is a serious mood disorder that causes a low mood, hopelessness, fatigue, and apathy, but in some cases it can also cause psychosis. Psychotic symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, and disordered thinking and speech. Psychosis is considered a mental health crisis and should be treated immediately. It raises the … Read moreCan Major Depression Cause Psychosis?
Heal From Feelings of Rejection Post-Divorce Feeling rejected is a normal part of grieving and letting go after a marriage ends; here are seven ways to heal from feelings of rejection post-divorce. When a marriage dissolves because your partner leaves or betrays you, it’s normal to experience feelings of rejection. After being rejected, you’re likely … Read moreHeal From Feelings of Rejection Post-Divorce
Situational depression or clinical depression? What are the differences? Diagnosis Treatment differences Takeaway Everyone feels sadness. It is a natural human emotion. However, clinical depression is a serious condition that can have a profound impact on every part of life. Situational and clinical depression are similar but not the same. Recognizing the differences between these … Read moreSituational depression or clinical depression?
6 Facts About Depression and Finding Help Depression is a mental health condition that is marked by a litany of symptoms that can affect daily functioning. It’s estimated that nearly seven percent — or about 16 million people — had an episode of depression at least once in the past year. Depression, like many other … Read more6 Facts About Depression and Finding Help
Situational Depression vs Clinical Depression Depression can present itself in many different ways, and while some forms of depression may seem similar, there are actually significant differences. Situational depression and clinical depression are similar at first glance, but when looked at more closely and with a better understanding, the differences become quite clear. What is … Read moreSituational Depression vs Clinical Depression
Coping With Situational Depression You’ve heard people complain that they’re depressed after a breakup, a layoff, or an overall terrible week. But are these people really experiencing depression? When a stressful situation is particularly hard to cope with, we react with symptoms of sadness, fear, or even hopelessness — a type of reaction that’s often … Read moreCoping With Situational Depression