We all know what depression is. Everyone has experienced a bout of depression at some point in life. It’s natural to be depressed for a while after the death of a loved one, a divorce, a job loss, or some other emotional trauma. When you're first...
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Christians are not immune from the gloom of seasonal affective disorder. Meditating on God who is the True Light can help a Christian face SAD or winter depression and overcome it with hope.
Members of my family suffer from, or have suffered from depression. It can be a debilitating mental illness and although not a popular topic I decided to write a poem about it.
Depression can bring so much unnecessary toil and pain into our lives. Here are a couple of helpful tips, on how to help a depressed friend.
Light therapy is a growing treatment for seasonal affective disorder (SAD), although before you begin treatment it is a good idea to make sure your symptoms line up with what SAD truly is.
Anti-depressants are less effective than commonly claimed by doctors and drug-companies. Despite this, anti-depressant drugs are prescribed for millions of people across the developed world. Twelve snippets of information are provided to convey a more realistic picture of their utility.
Depression is one of the most difficult things we will ever experience. Thoughts of helplessness and hopelessness turn us against ourselves and the world. Is there anything we can do?
Millions of people each year are affected by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is the tendency to become depressed during the dark winter months, and in some cases the summer months.
As someone who has battled on and off with depression for about twenty years now, I am increasingly frustrated by the amount of people who seem to doubt depression is a real illness.