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  • Shyness & Social Anxiety Solutions — Join the Party! | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    time You must work out by taking healthy risks and testing out your negative predictions until you change your perception of yourself and others he explains Start with smaller challenges and gradually move up your fear hierarchy Say you ve set your sights on the company picnic next summer Ease in Katoa recommends by saying hi to a colleague in another cubicle Then try chitchatting with a colleague in the lunchroom Test out your fears and observe how they respond Are they giving you strange looks and backing away slowly If not you re probably doing fine The important thing is to see it as a process not a one time make or break event An unsatisfactory experience doesn t mean you re hopelessly broken or have some big fundamental flaw Gazipura advises Jonathan Berent LCSW author of Beyond Shyness How to Conquer Social Anxieties says that many people with social fears are also perfectionists striving to be extra good at everything to compensate for feelings of inadequacy While aiming high isn t a bad thing Berent says perfectionists can become discouraged if they re not James Bond the first time out Adjust your expectations Realize you don t have to be the suavest person at the soiree Social success can look different for different people If you re an introvert who prefers depth to breadth it can mean having a few long meaningful conversations Matthew knows he s not the life of the party type but I can carry on stimulating conversations one on one Finding that allows him to leave a party fulfilled Social success might mean giving yourself permission to leave early if a social event is simply not working for you When Areesah left her last work potluck after 10 minutes she counted that as a triumph In those 10 minutes I conquered a mountain she says That s enough It s inevitable that some interactions will go better than others It helps to recognize that all conversations have a life cycle says Antony Conversations with strangers don t stay interesting forever he says Furthermore it s impossible for you to be interesting to every person And if your worst fears are realized no one talks to you your skirt gets caught in your underwear your boss frowns at you look for the humor and laugh at yourself or ask yourself what you can learn from the experience Instead of blaming yourself focus on solutions says Akash Karia author of Small Talk Hacks The People and Communication Skills You Need to Talk to Anyone and Be Instantly Likeable If you didn t smile much remind yourself to smile more next time If you didn t make eye contact pay attention to eye color next time At the least give yourself credit for taking the risk The action we take is the victory says Gazipara not the result One of first challenges Matthew set for himself was to say hello to 25 strangers His critical script told him I m being annoying I shouldn t bother them Then he found that almost everyone said hi back One thing he learned Most people crave interaction and are happy to engage on a friendly level And those that snubbed him I went on with my day I was not going to take reactions personally from people I don t know IT S SO TREATABLE Feeling awkward or uncomfortable around other people might stem from shyness which is considered a personality trait Social anxiety takes that discomfort to a whole different level Diagnostically speaking social anxiety is considered a phobia a strong and persistent fear of being judged by others and of being embarrassed in public That fear can literally cause your heart to race says psychologist Candy Katoa PsyD In addition to a pounding heart other physical symptoms include sweating stomach stirring shaking trembling shortness of breath dizziness and muscle tension she says Both shyness and social anxiety can lead to avoiding social activities which makes it harder to make friends maintain relationships or network The lack of social connection may feed depression So can the feeling that you re not living up to social norms Like other phobias however social anxiety can be resolved with the help of psychotherapy and certain medications In fact Katoa says a social anxiety diagnosis can be something of a relief because it s so treatable TIPS FOR SMALL TALK Does small talk seem like a waste of time Not so says Akash Karia author of Small Talk Hacks It s really a way of taking time to build relationships And with the proper mindset and skill set Karia maintains anyone can win friends and influence people Here are five suggestions to get you started Adopt a power posture Standing taller relaxing your facial muscles unhunching your shoulders and breathing deeply actually helps you feel more confident and less stressed Ask open ended questions Try to frame questions that demand more than a simple yes or no answer Thus it s not Do you live around here It s What s your neighborhood like Follow up After a stock starter question What do you do probe for details Ask why they like their job why they chose that school anything that might build a stronger connection Volley and return Don t simply bombard your current companion with questions After listening attentively share a relevant personal story of your own Karia advises developing a stock of stories about memorable events in your life and practicing them on friends Have an exit strategy If things just aren t clicking pull out a canned exit line Very nice to meet you I m going to grab a drink find my friend scope out the other room I ll catch you later A wallflower s guide to social events PRE PARTY CHECKLIST Call on your calm Try some relaxation techniques before you leave the house to lower your baseline anxiety Before her last work luncheon Areesah listened

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  • Ask the Doctor: Medical Conditions and Depression | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    direct positive effects throughout your body not just in your brain Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors SSRIs for instance have subtle anti inflammatory and anti coagulant effects in the blood leading some researchers to believe that these medications can have benefits in some medical illnesses Further research is needed to understand this relationship better however and to determine who would benefit most from a given medication Overall it s important to remember that emotional health and physical health go hand in hand and that breaking the cycle of medical illness and major depression involves proper attention to both issues It s important to keep your mental health practitioners fully informed as to any medical conditions yo have and any medications you are taking for them As a corollary be sure to see your primary care doctor regularly to screen for chronic medical illnesses such as hypertension or unhealthy levels of cholesterol and triglycerides When you are in control of these conditions they can t control you Printed as Ask the Doctor The mind body connection Fall 2015 Tagged with body Depression Fall 2015 highlights mind physical illness About the author David J Wolfe MD MPH and Olusola Ajilore MD PhD Has 1 Article David J Wolfe MD MPH is an attending psychiatrist at Brigham and Women s Hospital and Harvard Medical School His clinical expertise includes the interface of neuropsychiatric disorders and specific medical populations Olusola Ajilore MD PhD is an assistant professor in the psychiatry department at the University of Illinois Chicago He is currently using novel neuroimaging techniques to better understand the physiological changes that occur in mood disorders 1 COMMENT Carol V December 21 2015 Reply Thank you for your insightful articles I like the balance you bring to your suggestions I am going to post share some of your articles with my own patients and provide them with a link to esperenza LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked First Name or Nickname Do not use full name Email Message RELATED ARTICLES Managing Depression and Living Well February 10 2016 11 01 am Through Veterans own voices Veterans have the chance to hear from trusted and credible sources other Veterans like themselves In this video hear Veterans share their Appreciating the Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma Experienced by Therapists February 2 2016 12 35 am The long row of 80 motorcycle police officers in a two wide formation was followed by a black hearse and a black limousine We passed them Douglas M Duncan The Politician s Courageous Depression Disclosure February 1 2016 2 52 pm In his 24 year career in public office including three terms as the top elected official in Maryland s most populous county DOUGLAS M DUNCAN became a Andrew Solomon Reflects on Resilience February 1 2016 2 03 pm In Andrew Solomon s award winning memoir The Noonday Demon he explored depression recovery and resilience through his experiences and a larger scientific and

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  • When anxiety and depression go together | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    stress disorder or obsessive compulsive disorder Major depressive episodes may develop after a specific anxiety disorder is already established and anxiety symptoms often worsen when this happens How would my treatment be different When panic attacks or other severe anxiety symptoms accompany depressive episodes depressive symptoms in general tend to be more severe the episode often takes longer to r and future episodes may be more frequent The tendency toward longer and more frequent depressive episodes seem to increase as the scope and intensity of co existing anxiety symptoms increase The current pharmacotherapy for anxious depression does not differ in any proven way from that of non anxious depression though anxious depression often proves somewhat more resistant to treatment with medication Psychotherapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy CBT or acceptance and commitment therapy ACT and other mindfulness based techniques appear to be effective for both depressive and anxiety disorders They clearly deserve consideration for the management of anxious depression Co existing anxiety disorders follow their own courses and call for treatment approaches that may differ considerably from those for uncomplicated depressive disorders When depression develops in individuals with pre existing anxiety disorders adequate treatment of the anxiety disorder may help to relieve the superimposed depression Treatment choices vary depending on the type of anxiety disorder For example treatment approaches for panic disorder with agoraphobia for obsessive compulsive disorder and for post traumatic stress disorder all differ from one another Some antidepressant medications notably the serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs have been shown to benefit each of those anxiety disorders though to differing degrees Medications prescribed for anxiety may or may not address depressive symptoms however For example benzodiazepines rapidly lessen anxiety symptoms but do not have true antidepressant effects In reviewing treatment options with a clinician it s important to acknowledge both depressive and anxious symptoms and to monitor improvement across the board Tagged with anxiety disorder Anxious depression anxious distress panic About the author William H Coryell MD Has 1 Article William H Coryell MD is the George Winokur Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Iowa Carver School Of Medicine His research has focused on the classification and long term course of mood disorders and on suicide risk factors LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked First Name or Nickname Do not use full name Email Message CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues November 1 2015 2 07 pm Fall 2015 GLENNON DOYLE MELTON Truth warrior In her Momastery blog her popular speaking tours and her book Carry On Warrior Glennon Doyle Melton shows it s OK Read more August 1 2015 2 07 pm Summer 2015 LEE WOODRUFF STRESS TEST After a family crisis left Lee Woodruff with symptoms of depression and anxiety she found the courage to reach out for Read more May 5 2015 9 31 am Spring 2015 DEPRESSION WHAT BREED IS YOUR BLACK DOG The unwelcome pup looks different for everyone and your particular form

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  • 10 rewarding reasons to read | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    repeated bromide reading takes you out of yourself may be the literal truth In a study using brain scans to track how reading affects neural connectivity researchers at Emory University found changes in networks associated with physical sensation and movement This suggests that as we read we place ourselves in the body of the protagonist 6 Social teacher Narrative fiction may sharpen the social skill of empathy helping you better understand other people s thoughts and feelings according to a 2009 study by Canadian researchers The study authors speculated that our brains fire up in response to reading about social situations just as they would in the actual setting thus strengthening all those neural connections Alternately we may actually gain practical knowledge about how to conduct ourselves from how the fictional characters interact Reading narratives even those explicitly labeled as fiction is far from a meaningless leisure activity that ends when one closes the cover of a book they conclude More recently American researchers linked greater empathy and socialization to reading literary fiction specifically a Louise Erdrich novel rather than a John Grisham page turner say because those kind of narratives tend to focus on characters inner lives and relationships 7 Change agent Getting lost in a fictional character s experiences may influence thoughts and actions in your own life a process called experience taking In one study at Ohio State University reading about a university student who overcame obstacles in order to vote made the real life students more likely to vote in a presidential election later that week In another reading about a character who is revealed to be of a different race or sexual orientation made people led to more accepting attitudes and less stereotyping Experience taking can be a powerful way to change our behavior and thoughts in meaningful and beneficial ways reported study co author Lisa Libby PhD 8 Therapeutic tool Reading nonfiction also delivers inspiration for change In Britain the National Health Service in 2013 approved a program called Books on Prescription for people with moderate mental health challenges This bibliotherapy approach sort of read one and call me in the morning involves sending patients to the local library for a self help title such as the cognitive behavioral handbooks Mind Over Mood and The Feeling Good Handbook from a pre selected list An offshoot called Reading Well Mood Boosting Books compiles uplifting fiction nonfiction and poetry titles selected by readers and reading groups David an editor in Los Angeles likes inspirational titles with a feel good quality He also turns to biographies or autobiographies to absorb insights from someone who has left a mark on the world We all borrow from people we admire David says he usually has a couple of books going at the same time He likes to revisit books from his past bringing a new perspective to familiar material As you grow when you return to read something you brushed over previously now you can better understand so much more And just like when you leave a movie when you take a break from a book you realize you have a different feeling about the world and the people around you 9 Social lubricant Although reading is by nature a solitary activity discussing what you read with others appears to improve mood enhance well being reduce feelings of isolation and foster a sense of community A 2010 study at the University of Liverpool also found that book group participants grew in self awareness and the ability to articulate profound issues of being Two earlier British surveys also reported that significant proportions of people in reading groups benefited from the social aspect and feelings of inclusion as well as the simple opportunity to relax Sharon the Albert therapist is an enthusiastic member of a book club that meets at the Peace River Municipal Library It s a place where I can mix fiction and real life having meaningful discussions with people who ve read what I read she says You can choose to speak or not It gets you out there and out of your own head in a safe way The relationships aren t always about you and other club members they re about you and the book s characters she adds 10 Rejuvenation I read fiction to awaken my mind and get the creative juices flowing each day says Saverio a marketing and communications consultant based in Manhattan I set aside one hour each morning before breakfast to read a novel Saverio does plenty of other kinds of reading during the day three newspapers magazine articles other documents but it s work not relaxation To clear his mind he sets aside another 30 minutes to revisit his current novel It rejuvenates my energy by slowing me down for a focused amount of time and unplugging me from the day s demands he says Sidebar Titles to try The term beach read was invented for the kind of book that provides a dose of entertainment on a lazy summer s day Here are the top picks for 2015 from the American Library Association s Reference and User Services Association RUSA in the following genres Adrenaline Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes Fantasy The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison Historical Fiction Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth Horror The Lesser Dead by Christopher Buehlman Mystery Murder at the Brightwell by Ashley Weaver Romance A Bollywood Affair by Sonali Dev Science Fiction The Martian by Andy Weir Women s Fiction My Real Children by Jo Walton On the other hand you might be inclined to use your down time to check off some of the classic novels you never got around to Here are 14 Books You Really Should Have Read by Now from Reader s Digest The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee On the Road by Jack Kerouac Tell Me a Riddle by Tillie Olsen Great Expectations by Charles Dickens All Quiet on the

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  • Kick pessimism to the curb | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    self fulfilling prophecy 3 Talk it up Negative people suck the life out of you If a conversation with someone remains more about problems than solutions end it It s hard to do and you ll find friends and family accuse you of being uncaring Explain that for your mental health the conversation needs to move towards a resolution not stay a pity party Sympathy is important but you can t be a bottomless well for other people s problems 4 Try try again When I experience failure the first thing I do is complete another project When my writing is rejected I submit another piece I m not a neuroscientist but this seems to have trained my brain to not be crippled by failure and instead search out ways to stay productive 5 Have Thanksgiving every day Feeling down Look around and find something to be grateful for Thank your house for the roof over your head even if it does have a leak Thank the heavy load of groceries you re hauling into the kitchen Thank your closet full of clothes even if it always seems you have nothing to wear We spend so much time focusing on the drive to attain more but first try thanking what you already have 6 Pay it forward Do something nice for someone you don t know just because you can Hold the door open for a slow moving shopper or leave a bell ringing tip for your stressed out server Drop off your old magazines or a bouquet of flowers at a senior housing facility Go home knowing you made someone else happy Tagged with Depression highlights pessimism positive thinking Summer 2015 About the author Ashley Trexler Has 1 Article ASHLEY TREXLER IS A REAL ESTATE CONSULTANT IN HILTON HEAD ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA AS WELL AS A FREELANCE WRITER AND FOUNDER OF THE BLOGS LIES ABOUTPARENTING COM 1 COMMENT Robyn September 30 2015 Reply This is what I m struggling with right now and just the positive reinforcement I need I am aware of doing it but am having a hard time turning it around I am outwardly bright and sunny to others but that s not what s going on inside More on this topic please LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked First Name or Nickname Do not use full name Email Message RELATED ARTICLES Managing Depression and Living Well February 10 2016 11 01 am Through Veterans own voices Veterans have the chance to hear from trusted and credible sources other Veterans like themselves In this video hear Veterans share their Appreciating the Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma Experienced by Therapists February 2 2016 12 35 am The long row of 80 motorcycle police officers in a two wide formation was followed by a black hearse and a black limousine We passed them Douglas M Duncan The Politician s Courageous Depression Disclosure February 1 2016 2 52 pm

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  • Back Chat with Charlie Hoehn | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    sure how to handle them I was so ashamed and I tried to tough it out Also feeling dead inside all the time and trying everything to try to fix it and not knowing why I couldn t fix it Why do you think the usual approaches didn t work for you I was a workaholic Every time I wasn t working I felt bad about it I felt guilt I felt shame When I tried to do yoga and meditation it was very checklist I breathed for 20 minutes in a sitting position and I did that correctly Nothing worked because my mindset sucked the joy out of everything It was very Type A As soon as I changed my mindset it was like unlocking a prison door and realizing the key to opening it had been inside me the whole time You have embraced play as an antidote How is that possible for a Type A perfectionist I think it s possible for everybody You have to recognize that you were a kid once and you had free time where you could do anything you wanted What activities did you naturally turn to What did that feel like It s possible to transport people back to those times by regularly doing those activities again For me it s playing catch Is there a secret to work life balance It s really a choice to schedule stuff in your calendar to set aside time every day to do the things that actually matter to you If you don t sit down and set aside time for yourself during the week or the year it s not going to happen You take frequent technology fasts Do you also set a limit on daily screen time I d be lying if I said I was rigorously policing myself on a daily basis I do use an app on my desktop that blocks Facebook Twitter YouTube the big time consuming distracting ones I can t even log into those And I tend to turn my phone to airplane mode so I can t get calls or texts when I m working I find that works pretty well for me Do you ever have withdrawal symptoms when you unplug I think people experience anxiety about not having access because they don t have a social life I fill up my calendar with social stuff I m doing improv I m playing basketball I m going on hikes with friends I spend a ton of time with my girlfriend I m not trying to escape the real world because I like the real world Improv How did that get started I get a big thrill of making groups of people laugh That runs deep in my family We always joke around I tried standup and I didn t really like it I started doing improve comedy and it was all about the team It was all about positivity which was so refreshing It s

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  • Wellness: Up the garden path | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    folks who are limited in how much exercise they can handle outdoor chores provide a gentle physical challenge that can boost fitness Raised beds and platform gardening allow people with reduced mobility or disabilities to participate as well Furthermore since gardening is a goal oriented activity people tend to stick with it for the future rewards of pretty flowers or fresh vegetables instead of getting bored with an exercise routine and quitting Mitchell Hewson is a horticulture therapist who uses an intentionally designed garden in Guelph Ontario to treat patients dealing with a range of issues He has seen dozens of people find relief from the purposive nature of gardening In addition to the physical benefits of gardening there are countless social and emotional benefits As a character builder gardening improves self esteem and restores confidence As a memory enhancer it stimulates memories of former gardens and old skills he says In Hewson s view there are even deeper reasons why gardening can be healing There is something magical and curative in the powers of nature he explains Flowers perpetuate themselves with their seeds repeating the cycle of life Nature is forgiving as one plant dies another can grow in its place The life cycle of plants provides us with hope of life renewed and a chance to begin again GO GREEN INDOORS You can get the benefits of gardening even if you don t have a plot outside If you want to go the edible route you can grow a healthy snack in a small plastic container Salad sprouts are the easiest food to cultivate All you need are some alfalfa seeds a jar a strainer and water Rinse the seeds in water and let them sit overnight By the next day they ll probably have germinated You can keep rinsing them daily until they are the right size for your salad In addition to the smells and fragrances of plants the garden is a full sensory experience but one that s never overpowering Another easy method to get started Set up just a few pots of herbs for a kitchen garden Buy the plants already sprouted and keep them in a spot where you will see them every day Having basil mint or oregano handy on your countertop will inspire your cooking and fill your kitchen with their subtle aroma A table by the window can host a small collection of potted plants Visit your local nursery or home improvement store or maybe even your supermarket to see what fits your fancy and your budget If light conditions aren t ideal for blooming varieties a web search for indoor plants low light will direct you to options like lucky bamboo or spider plants If you re feeling more ambitious think vertically Lau likes to set up wall gardens of flowering plants and succulents for clients who don t have a lot of horizontal space There are premade structures and containers on the market Lau advises purchasing something that has a reservoir so that the water doesn t drip onto the floor or wall or you could get creative if you re the handy type Whichever route you go make sure it s anchored to the wall in a structurally sound way And think about proper placement before you start drilling Just like any other indoor plant a vertical garden needs to be sited so that it receives several hours of sunlight per day and indirect bright light is ideal says Lau A full spectrum grow light can achieve the same effect Lau says that the key with all indoor plants is to not overwater Mold growth is more likely indoors with reduced airflow Plus wetter soil tends to attract more gnats And since houseplants stand in a saucer rather than draining into the soil many suffer from root rot due to overly conscientious caretakers If you re ready to expand to the outdoors you can try container gardening on a balcony porch or patio To avoid neglecting your seedlings make sure you place the containers either where you can see them from inside or on a path that you take every day maybe right outside your front door or on the way to the mailbox Enlisting other family members to help tend the containers can increase the odds that the plants will thrive and turns your plant project into a fun social activity Watching incremental change provides an important life lesson especially for young children says Joy Solomon a preschool instructor in Winooski Vermont One of my favorite activities is planting bean sprouts with 3 year olds she says Seeing something grow slowly each day gives kids this wonderful sense of expectation They become really excited to nurture this new life that will soon become part of their afternoon snack THE PLOT THICKENS If you are lucky enough to have a suitable yard you can create your own green sanctuary Another option in some locales is renting a community garden plot which also gets you engaged in a social activity A 2007 study by University of Toronto researchers looked at members of a community garden in southeast Toronto Participants not only experienced mental and physical health benefits but were able to expand and strengthen social ties through working on positive productive activities with other people around The life cycle of plants provides us with hope of life renewed and a chance to begin again At home your gardening efforts can become a talking point with passers by Don t be surprised if your new activity brings new neighborhood connections But don t rush into managing a full blown botanical carnival or taking on more than you can handle Preparing and nurturing an outdoor garden bed will probably require some research on your part In addition to information you find online or at the library take advantage of human resources at nearby nurseries gardening clubs and in the U S your county cooperative extension Even experienced gardeners may go

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  • Symptoms | Esperanza - Hope To Cope - Part 10
    only to learn that his problem wasn t anger at all His therapist helped him identify that he was depressed and that his irritability was a product of a biochemically based brain disorder Read more Shedding Light On S A D By Peter Jaret December 26 2008 11 40 am To combat Seasonal Affective Disorder brighten up literally Read more When It s Not Just Nerves By esperanza November 14 2008 9 43 am Becoming familiar with anxiety disorders is the first step toward recovery Meet four people whose successful journeys through anxiety teach us all about finding balance Read more esperanza s hope In charge of change By esperanza January 1 1970 12 00 am By Vincent F Caimano PhD I was so tired of cycling in and out of depression I was in my early 50s and had had Read more Ask the doctor A longer road to better By esperanza January 1 1970 12 00 am By John F Greden MD What is treatment resistant depression As many people know all too well clinical depressions do not always improve after the Read more Ask the doctor Create a better bedtime By esperanza January 1 1970 12 00 am Why is sleep so important By John F Greden MD Maintaining good habits for restful effective sleep sometimes called good sleep hygiene is crucial for Read more PREVIOUS 1 2 9 10 11 NEXT CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues November 1 2015 2 07 pm Fall 2015 GLENNON DOYLE MELTON Truth warrior In her Momastery blog her popular speaking tours and her book Carry On Warrior Glennon Doyle Melton shows it s OK Read more August 1 2015 2 07 pm Summer 2015 LEE WOODRUFF STRESS TEST After a family crisis left Lee Woodruff with symptoms of depression and anxiety she found the courage to reach out for Read more May 5 2015 9 31 am Spring 2015 DEPRESSION WHAT BREED IS YOUR BLACK DOG The unwelcome pup looks different for everyone and your particular form of depression can make a difference in choosing Read more February 1 2015 2 12 pm Winter 2015 TAKE THIS TO THE BANK Stressing out about finances These strategies can help you take control of your wallet and your worries by Kelly James Enger Read more SoundOFF MOMS DEPRESSION What is it like to be a mom with depression What is hardest for you What helps you cope CLICK HERE TO ANSWER CURRENT RESEARCH Shake It Off Not So Easy for People with Depression New Brain Research Suggests 2 27 2015 Harsh winter brings some psychological benefits says UB researcher 2 24 2015 Study Linking Suicidal Behavior Psychotic Experiences May Yield Strategies to Help Prevent Suicide Attempts 2 24 2015 Suicide Risk Falls Substantially After Talk Therapy 11 20 2014 A New Test Measures Analytical Thinking Linked to Depression Fueling the Idea That Depression May Be a Form of Adaptation 11 19 2014 CONNECT esperanza s Hope Write a Letter to the Editor SoundOFF

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