How to Improve Self Control

By |2020-09-14T21:43:17-06:00September 14th, 2020|Depression|

(5-min read) A lack of self-control can lead to a variety of difficulties - from disappointment in oneself, to depression, strained relationships, and even addictive behavior. Yet while it is normal to get off task or give in to temptation, a recurring failure to exercise self-control can feel demoralizing. It can involve difficulties staying away

How To Stop Ruminating Thoughts

By |2020-02-25T15:02:28-06:00February 25th, 2020|Depression|

What is Rumination? (4-minute read) Rumination is a tendency to focus on a problem or negative event. We all do this to some extent, particularly following an argument, a relationship breakup, or when faced with a dilemma. But for some, thoughts can get stuck on the problem and lead neither to action or resolution. It

Relocation and risk of Depression

By |2019-09-16T17:31:21-06:00September 12th, 2019|Depression|

The Challenge of Relocation and risk for Depression (6 Minute Read) Relocating from one part of the world or country to another is both exciting and challenging. The dating and career landscape of today inspires many to pursue a life in distant parts of the country or world. Love and employment can catapult us to

3 Ways Men Handle Depression Differently

By |2019-08-05T22:57:24-06:00August 5th, 2019|Depression|

Studies show that while women are diagnosed with depression around two times more often than men, men are four times more likely to commit suicide. It appears that many men may fail to recognize or acknowledge the tell-tail signs of depression. Research suggests that traditional symptoms of depression, such as sadness and feelings of worthlessness,

When a Loved One Is Struggling with Depression: Why They Can’t Just Snap Out of It

By |2019-06-26T14:28:25-06:00June 26th, 2019|Depression|

Occasionally feeling sad or getting down in the dumps is just part of the human condition—we’ve all been there before, right? But if these feelings persist for months on end, combined with physical symptoms and destructive thoughts that impact a person's everyday life, it might not be mere sadness. It’s probably clinical depression.  And

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