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When Depression Makes You Feel Like a Failure – My Brain’s Not Broken

When Depression Makes You Feel Like a Failure – My Brain's Not Broken

I’ll be honest: it took me a long time to learn how to deal with chronic mental health problems. It was a bit of a bumpy road and there were some definite missteps. Some days I felt like I was just making a trial and error of how I lived my life. This process is…

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Student Minds Blog : Dealing with depression

An Open Letter to the Fresher

Vidura shares his top tips for battling depression and managing student life. – Vidura I have suffered from mental and psychological problems since early childhood. In particular, I suffered from depression from my early teen years through my third year of college. It’s been some of my worst years. However, in my last two years…

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How Depression Shaped My Attitude on Routines – My Brain’s Not Broken

How Depression Shaped My Attitude on Routines – My Brain's Not Broken

When I started dealing primarily with depression, I got hooked on the concept of routines. I had some routines growing up, but they were created more by things I did, team sports or group activities, than by activities I had planned myself (of course that’s childhood too). I had started my own routines when I…

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Aromatherapy for depression and anxiety relief

How does aromatherapy work?

S.o Much pain, so many forgotten, ignored, or unknown remedies. Someone who is carried away by a mood or anxiety disorder cannot let this happen. Aromatherapy would be a great topic for discussion right now. Here’s why … Neroli: Anxiety Relief, Antidepressant, Diet, PMS, Postpartum Depression, Pregnancy / Childbirth Traditional treatments for mood and anxiety…

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How To Recognize High-Functioning Depression – My Brain’s Not Broken

How To Recognize High-Functioning Depression – My Brain's Not Broken

As with other aspects of mental disorders and conditions, understanding highly functional depression can be difficult. Because symptoms vary among people, it can be difficult to understand whether someone is having a bad day or going through a difficult depression. And since depressive episodes can last a few days to several months, the situation can…

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Depression Self Help For Teens

Depression Self Help For Teens

Only 38% of adolescent men and 42% of adolescent women who reported suffering from severe depression are treated. A comprehensive approach to support depressed adolescents combines professional therapy and / or medication with self-help strategies. These self-help strategies can help change negative patterns and provide the teenager with tools that they can implement and research…

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Motivational Stories

Beloved Writers on Nature as an Antidote to Depression – Brain Pickings

Beloved writers on nature as an antidote to depression

“It is not only on you that dark spots fall, the darkness also threw their spots on me.” Walt Whitman (May 31, 1819 – March 26, 1892) wrote in his deepest, most visible poem. Even if the dark spots fall on me, I stand with Whitman and turn to the most reliable source of light…

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