Entries tagged with “Depression”
We all contain multitudes, and accepting the light and darkness in another can be a sign of deep trust and friendship. But acceptance doesn't mean being passive when a friend is suicidal.
The 10 most common cognitive distortions, how they work, and why they are misleading.
Cooped up inside, hiding from the sunless winter (tundra sometimes included), you may be asking yourself, “What does a girl who kayaks and bikes for sanity do in the winter?” The answer: “Lots of things.”
Here are three spiritual and holistic techniques that you can use to help you with SAD
For those with SAD, the holidays will pass, winter will eventually thaw, and help is always near if we reach for it.
Williamson on the roots of depression and suffering
Fight for your happiness. Here are some tips.
Try these easy, natural remedies for keeping fall and winter colds at bay.
Eating more vitamin D may boost your immunity in winter.
I know the holidays bring up a lot for some people.How about you? Are you depressed?(I feel like I am about to write copy for an anti-depressant commercial. Are you depressed? Trou…
Tango is often thought of as a sultry dance for the young and flexible. New research shows that this passionate form of movement offers mighty benefits for all ages—backbending not…
As the days get shorter, some people also transition into Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a form of depression that may affect as many as seven out of ten Americans. Believed to…
New research could lead to better treatment of anxiety and depression.
“A new study published this spring in the Journal of Eating Disorders took it one step further, recommending that binge eating be tackled as a public health issue, similar to the way seatbelt campaigns, water fluoridation and anti-smoking programs were successfully implemented to improve the wellbeing of the whole population.”
A look at bipolar statistics reveals that this mental illness affects approximately 5.7 million adults.
Giving clients control leads to better results
The search for a school to ease my mind
I wouldn't exactly call depression a gift, but I’ve come to accept the restless emptiness and nagging sadness as signals from my soul instead of merely the symptoms of an illness t…
What should we do when we’re upset or depressed? Should we analyze our feelings to figure out what’s wrong, or should we just forget about them and move on? Opinions differ, but ne…
In this week’s The Soul of Therapy, psychologist Kevin Anderson, Ph.D., shares how to tackle self-doubt and low self-esteem.