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  • Treatment | Esperanza - Hope To Cope - Part 14
    2 13 14 Ask the therapist Preventing Relapse By Deborah Serani PsyD January 1 1970 12 00 am My therapist said depression is prone to relapse What should I watch for Answer Your therapist is correct in describing depression as an illness that s Read more PREVIOUS 1 2 13 14 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 Forum Home About Us My Account Checkout Professional Writers Advertising Contact Us Partners Portal Cart Subscribe Back to Top Copyright 2015 Hope to Cope All Rights Reserved Newsletter Signup esperanza Magazine s e newsletter offers the latest research news healthy lifestyle features and inspirational profiles for our depression and anxiety community If you are a human and are seeing this field please leave it blank Fields marked with a are required Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua And Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia And Herzegowina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Cocos Keeling Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo The Democratic Republic Of The Cook Islands Costa Rica Cote D Ivoire Croatia Local Name Hrvatska Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Timor Leste East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Falkland Islands Malvinas Faroe Islands Fiji Finland

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  • Lesson Plan: Depression and Learning from Relapse | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    it as a negative it doesn t have the same bite In a similar vein Staroversky says that relapse management begins by asking yourself several important questions after a setback How can I make sense of this What have I learned from it Now that I know this what would I do differently Understanding what tends to trigger your depressive symptoms and recognizing them on the horizon is key to preventing a full blown episode According to the U S National Mental Health Information Center common triggers for depression include interpersonal friction feeling overwhelmed being judged or criticized and ending a relationship Work and personal stress ill health and major life changes even joyful ones like the birth of a child also rank high Leanne was diagnosed with depression four years ago She also has a rare neurological disorder and her recovery from depression gets derailed when she has trouble pushing her cart at the grocery store for example and when she can t make it to the grocery store in the first place Frustration over her loss of independence is compounded by guilt from having to rely so heavily on her husband and relatives for support Her strategies for counteracting relapse include pursuing a longtime passion for making and editing videos A former journalist who majored in television Leanne grew up making movies with her cousin and now runs two YouTube channels with a childhood friend It s familiar so it just calms me down she says It s the only thing that makes sense to me when I m in that state of mind Leanne also has watch for cues that she s losing her grounding I listen to my body more she says Everyone is different but your body will tell you in many ways when you need to slow it down and rest the mind METHODOLOGY Other advice from mental health experts FIND YOUR FLEXIBILITY Referencing a 2001 study in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Staroversky points out that people with a black and white thinking style who consider themselves either in control or having failed tend to be most prone to relapse at the first sign of a challenge The better alternative then would be to develop a more flexible attitude about concepts of what you can truly control and what defines failure PLAN PRO ACTIVELY Staroversky also suggests devising a personal checklist of coping strategies and recording it in a daily journal or on your smartphone to keep healthy reminders at your fingertips Harvell notes that learning to accept potential setbacks and preparing for the possibility is an important aspect of wellness The biggest thing about relapse is to understand that it s something that happens to every person The biggest thing about relapse is to expect it and understand that it s something that happens to every person she says Even people without mental illness have setbacks because any time you try to make a major change you ll have times when you ll go to your old ways of functioning You just have to have a plan on how to handle that NIX THE NEGATVITY What we notice most in our environment may also have some bearing on whether relapse occurs Kristin Newman a PhD candidate in psychology at the University of Calgary is studying whether depression prone women who pay more attention to negative things in their environment have a stronger tendency toward relapse Newman says her results won t be published until after she defends her dissertation this summer but paying attention to what she calls attentional biases may be useful Other researchers have also found that moderating the tendency to focus on negative information or negative interpretations may reduce depressive symptoms Learning to redirect negative thought patterns through cognitive behavioral therapy mindfulness practice a gratitude journal or some other technique could shift your attentional bias toward the positive DIG FOR MEANING To make a significant change we must have significant motivation to achieve a desired goal according to Staroversky It s not enough simply to have a logical reason for that particular goal he explains It is important to keep digging until you get to the point where the response to the question makes you feel alive because the answer resonates with a higher purpose or deeper meaning Peer perspective These strategies have helped others through relapse Talk to someone You need to have a person you can go to when you need to vent advises Leanne My husband stays calm and lets me cry Without finding someone willing to listen you hold it all in and that s just not helpful Join a support group Attending a group helps you maintain wellness by breaking through isolation providing social interaction and hearing what has worked for people who have been where you re at says mental health advocate Peter Ashenden They help you find a way to live the type of goal oriented lifestyle you want Find the fun Larry says that besides trying to do something relaxing and meaningful for himself every day to maintain balance he has learned to believe in jokes Stupid ones are my favorite Word up Although most of us use relapse as a general term as in this story psychiatry has specific definitions for the resolution and return of depressive symptoms DEPRESSION Diagnosing a depressive episode requires the presence for at least two weeks of at least five from a list of nine physical emotional and mental symptoms One of the symptoms must be either depressed mood or loss of pleasure or usual interests REMISSION A point at which most or all symptoms have subsided and overall mental health and outlook have been restored to levels comparable to someone who would not be diagnosed with depression based on commonly used rating scales RECOVERY Strictly speaking recovery from acute depression can be declared after four months of minimal or no symptoms following the start of remission though there may be good days

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  • Ask The Doctor: Self important | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    or support group members use one of those exercise apps to monitor your progress and celebrate milestones Sleep Maintaining good habits for restful sleep sometimes called good sleep hygiene is crucial for managing your mental health Eat well Even small changes to improve your diet can improve the way you feel Both high fat and high sugar foods can have a negative effect on mood so limit junk food and fast food Limit or eliminate stimulants like caffeine and remember those power drinks don t really provide the power we need for wellness Evidence based advice from your clinicians a nutritionist or dietitian or another reputable source provides the roadmap for doing what works best for you Develop positive self talk patterns Thoughts influence moods Recognize the role that your negative thoughts play in causing you stress and the settings in which that tends to occur Then cut those thoughts off at the pass as soon as they start to form Divert your attention pick up a new task exercise intentionally smile or make phone calls to your favorite people whatever works for you Knowledge is power Knowledge heals And self knowledge plus action introduces one of the most effective players you in your recovery Tagged with Exercise Fall 2014 health image positive self talk sleep support support group About the author John F Greden Has 2 Articles John F Greden MD has been practicing psychiatry for 35 years His clinical specialties include treatment resistant depression and maintenance of wellness The Rachel Upjohn Professor of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Michael Medical School he is also the founder and executive director of the UM Comprehensive Depression Center depressioncenter org and the founding chair of the National Network of Depression Centers 1 COMMENT Kayceebee April 28 2015 Reply This article has a lot of common sense advice and properly places responsibility with the person seeking improved health Hopefully implementing some of the ideas will bring improvements over time I am wondering though about support groups how to find them how best to interact with them I tend to try to dominate and how to trust the members 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 Could You Be Helping TOO MUCH December 31 2015 12 01 am Recently my dog Kalley below started experiencing some arthritis in her back leg When she goes to get up from laying down it can really Improving Your Communications 3 More Words to Avoid August 20 2015 12 01 am It happened again I was working at the hospital this past week and overheard one of the nurses saying the 3 words that NOBODY WANTS Wellness Up the garden path May 4 2015 4 00 am Growing things have the power to bust stress and boost your well being By Jessica Kraft It s that time of year when gardeners start

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  • Keep Your Confidence, Empty Anxiety | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    recycle the good stuff and toss the trash TIP When you re struggling with confidence recall past achievements and review the steps which were successful What worked before can work again Tagged with anxiety cartoonist confidence Drawing Strength Scott Nychay Work About the author Scott Nychay Has 20 Articles Scott Nychay was an award winning editorial cartoonist who is now drawing attention for mental health issues He s been diagnosed with clinical depression anxiety and OCD Today he has his own studio and speaks with mental health organizations about using art to manage co occurring disorders His clients have included SAMHSA U S Department of Veterans Affairs National Coalition for the Homeless DBSA SAVE and Microsoft Nychay attended Drake University Poynter Institute for Media Studies and received his B A from Columbia College His work has appeared on CBS NBC and in USA Today The recipient of over twenty honors including first in the nation from the Associated Press Sports Editors and the John Fischetti Finalist Award will preview his first graphic novel exclusively at hopetocope com Drawing Strength is the true story of synchronicity creativity and recovery To find out more please visit www nychay com 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 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 Stress Relief Knit Away Your Worries February 1 2016 1 17 pm Knitting has fans of all ages and both sexes who will tell you that the handicraft calms the mind and helps with stress relief Healthy Attitudes and Values Can Over Time Help Ease Depression and Anxiety January 19 2016 12 39 am You probably dislike as much as I do phrases like Just pull up your boot straps Just snap out of it and You just need Easing Anxiety Through Music January 5 2016 7 02 am Sometimes I encounter unexpected delightful moments in which my chronic anxiety is lifted On New Year s Eve the sub freezing winter chill with a cutting brisk Book Categories All Books Anxiety Depression Children For Loved Ones Living Well Memoirs Treatment 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

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  • Anxiety and Depression Recovery & Treatment | Esperanza - Hope To Cope - Part 3
    written about a local Read more Wellness Booster We Could All Use By Carol Kivler March 9 2014 12 00 am Everyone thinks of changing the world but no one thinks of changing himself Leo Tostoy This week I had the privilege to speak in Pitman Read more Ask the therapist Preventing Relapse By Deborah Serani PsyD January 1 1970 12 00 am My therapist said depression is prone to relapse What should I watch for Answer Your therapist is correct in describing depression as an illness that s 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 PREVIOUS 1 2 3 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 Forum Home About Us My Account Checkout Professional Writers Advertising Contact Us Partners Portal Cart Subscribe Back to Top Copyright 2015 Hope to Cope All Rights Reserved Newsletter Signup esperanza Magazine s e newsletter offers the latest research news healthy lifestyle features and inspirational profiles for our depression and anxiety community If you are a human and are seeing this field please leave it blank Fields marked with a are required Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua And Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin

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  • Brain Food | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    in antioxidants phytochemicals vitamins and minerals that essentially act as rust removers scrubbing destructive free radicals from the body There s some evidence that because of the brain s extremely active chemical processes and high fat content it s especially vulnerable to the cell harming activities of free radicals Some familiar examples of antioxidants lycopene abundant in cooked tomatoes beta carotene carrots winter squash and dark leafy greens and vitamins C and E We are the champions Despite the book and magazine articles touting so called superfoods there s no single item that guarantees physical and mental health The real benefits come from a varied diet that s rich in plant foods whole grains legumes and lean protein sources and that limits or eliminates fatty meats and processed foods However there are a few powerhouse items it can t hurt to eat more of For example Blueberries Celebrated as the champion of antioxidant fruits blueberries improved short term memory and learning capacity in animal tests Anthocyanin the compound that gives the berries their deep color has beneficial anti inflammatory properties Blueberries are also an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin A Although they re relatively expensive especially in the off season you get a lot of bang for your buck and frozen blueberries work well in smoothies and in whole grain baked goods if you dust the icy globes with flour first Runners up Strawberries red grapes and cranberries Spinach This dark leafy green comes up trumps for iron when combined with vitamin C rich foods as in spinach salad with strawberries beta carotene lutein an antioxidant important for eye health folate vitamin A and vitamin K important in bone health and blood clotting To a lesser degree you also get potassium zinc and other B vitamins For a simple side dish sauté sliced garlic in olive oil for a few minutes then slowly add rinsed spinach and toss gently in the pan tongs work well until wilted and warm Runners up Collard greens and kale Lentils A half cup of lentils provides close to the recommended daily requirement for folate and it s pretty easy to open a can of low sodium lentil soup Lentils are a good source of iron especially when combined with vitamin C rich foods like dark leafy greens and relatively rich in calcium potassium zinc and other important trace minerals Plus they re a good protein source when eaten with brown rice or whole wheat bread Runners up Black beans kidney beans Salmon This lean protein source really multitasks Along with vital omega 3 fatty acids it has more vitamin B12 per serving than red meat and a fine amount of B6 too It s among the richest food sources of vitamin D and is considered a good source of calcium especially canned salmon Unfortunately it s the pricey wild caught salmon that packs the real nutritional punch For a quick entrée spritz a salmon fillet with olive oil and lemon juice salt lightly then bake at 400 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes Runners up Tuna fresh or canned and sardines which make a great snack on whole grain crackers Club Med As far as overall diet goes the classic food patterns of the Mediterranean region appear to have benefits for both mood and mental fitness The Mediterranean diet matches most of the standard healthy eating advice It s light on meat dairy and alcohol and heavy on fresh fruits and vegetables legumes nuts grains fish and olive oil a healthy fat One study published online in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery Psychiatry in May 2013 tracked older adults who followed either a version of the Mediterranean diet or a low fat diet for more than six years While the study s focus was on preventing heart disease it turned out the Mediterranean diet groups did significantly better on cognitive tests covering memory language and organization An earlier four year study of 10 094 healthy individuals found that people who kept closest to the traditional Mediterranean diet were a third less likely to develop depression the Mediterranean diet groups did significantly better on cognitive tests covering memory language and organization At the time researchers also noted that components of the diet may fight inflammation improve blood vessel function reduce risk for heart disease and repair oxygen related cell damage Plus almost all the staples in the Mediterranean diet seem to increase levels of something called brain derived neurotrophic factor BDNF a protein responsible for many brain functions BDNF plays an important role in learning and memory and it appears that low levels of BDNF co exist with low moods Just gobbling a handful of almonds isn t a cure all says Gary Wenk Ph D professor of psychology neuroscience and molecular virology immunology and medical genetics at The Ohio State University It has to be the combos that are staples in the Med diet working together he says Still you don t need to suddenly convert your kitchen to a Mediterranean sanctuary or immediately eliminate all meat As with any behavioral change look for ways to incorporate new habits little by little For example no matter where you re starting from commit to having one additional serving of a fruit and vegetable each day Then pick one day a week to experiment with a meatless entrée such as a stir fry over brown rice or a hearty soup that combines vegetables with a grain or beans Jamie has woven many elements of the Mediterranean diet into her meals more fish at dinner topping sandwiches with sliced avocados and using olive and flax oils instead of fatty salad dressing It has been a long process says Jamie whose longtime depression has eased tremendously But I always kept reminding myself that I am worth it to get better And my switch in diet made all the difference Matthew Solan is a freelance health writer in St Petersburg Florida matthewsolan com Follow him on Twitter

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  • Making & breaking habits | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    identify what reward your brain is really craving If zoning out to the TV is a stress response maybe a bout of energetic dancing would restore your equilibrium and help you use your evening more productively If you re lonely perhaps calling a friend will provide the same reward that watching TV currently does 4 Give yourself some space In order to replace deeply ingrained habits it helps to hit the pause button in whatever ways possible Steph Habif PhD a San Francisco based behavioral scientist who helps health insurance consumers design healthy lifestyles calls this inserting time and space in the habit loop To overcome TV watching for instance you might set up an obstacle for yourself like keeping your remote in the freezer Having to retrieve the remote creates an opportunity to reconsider your behavior and call a friend instead while your chilled hand provides a tactile reminder of your intention to do something different Once you have a good fix on your particular cue and reward Habif says you need to practice something else every time your habit gets triggered This may be as simple as taking two deep breaths every time your phone beeps and you get the urge to check your messages Or if your habit is having multiple drinks in the evening try to sip a glass of water between glasses of wine The routine of drinking is the same but you ve changed the content of the liquid and inserted space and time into the habit loop which will help you gain control over it she says 5 Make new habits The habit loop can be commandeered to help you establish new routines Jeff Halevy a behavioral health and fitness expert has seen clients find success with a simple formula tiny change plus immediate reward You start with the smallest possible action of the new habit he explains Want to floss your teeth Start by committing to flossing just one tooth You want to eat healthier Eat one vegetable at the start of every dinner Then anchor the small action to something you already do Floss that one tooth right after you brush your teeth every night And then celebrate it he says While it may seem silly celebrating your new habit with a quick victory dance or more tangible reward is key to getting the habit to stick If you re trying to become a regular exerciser you might treat yourself to a miniature bar of chocolate every time you get home from the gym as long as that doesn t trigger overindulging If you learn to associate your new habit with something you love that will work in your favor says Habif SIDEBAR HELP HAND If you have access to a computer tablet or smart phone you can find a number of free apps and websites that may help you become more accountable to your goals For example Lose It loseit com An app and website targeted to weight loss Users

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  • Capture the “New School Year” Feeling | Esperanza - Hope To Cope
    can t just discharge energy they need time to recharge Sleep provides the essential rest our bodies need both physically and mentally Skimping on sleep deprives your mind and body of this life giving source Nutrition Our bodies need fuel food provides fuel You ve heard the saying junk in junk out Watching what you eat choosing more protein instead of carbs and more fresh vegetables and fruits instead of sweets will make a big difference in how you feel and what you are capable of doing Well the calendar shows it is September so get started Reflection Question What will you get started on first About the author Carol Kivler Has 44 Articles Carol A Kivler MS CSP of Lawrence NJ is the founder of Courageous Recovery a division of Kivler Communications designed to raise awareness remove the stigma and instill hope in those who live with a mental health diagnosis Her mission is to have society and medical professionals view individuals living with mental illness as courageous survivors who want to be accepted not rejected respected not pitied and admired not feared Carol provides programs to hospitals medical and nursing schools as well to associations organizations and corporations Further Carol has been interviewed numerous times about her experience on television radio and in print Carol has written two books My Journal of Gratitude and Will I Ever Be the Same Again Transforming the Face of ECT She is currently working on her next book Unwrapping the Gifts from Depression Visit Carol s websites www CourageousRecovery com and www carolkivler com 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 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

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