Can the Right Food Protect You from Depressed Moods?

Why don’t all those comfort foods make you feel any better? Does it seem that sugary sodas never provide the pick-me-up you want? How is it that all of those happy meals leave you feeling sadder rather than happier? Diet matters if...

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When Your Depression Feels More Angry Than Sad

Are you hot-headed, irritated, and generally affected by the myriad of annoyances that pop up on a daily basis? Has it been this way for a while? Are your relationships starting to falter? Is your work life starting to...

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Sick Of Suffering? 5 Things You Can Do Now To Fight Depression

Depression hits below the belt. It talks trash. It calls you names. It controls your thoughts and beats you up. Depression wants you down, wounded, suffering blows that keep your moods black and blue. Have you had enough? What’s your best...

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How Counseling Helps You Cope

What’s wrong? Are you just feeling generally unhappy and don’t know why? Have you reached a point where you remember being happy once, but you just don't have that spark now? Time seem to drag on when nothing interests or excites you...

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How Blue Is Too Blue? Why You Need Depression Counseling Now

Why is it you just can't seem to enjoy life anymore? While it’s true that a string of rotten days or the daily bombardment of a disheartening 24-hour news cycle can get anyone down for a while, is something about...

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How To Build Your Self-Confidence And Improve Your Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem Self-esteem and self-confidence are sometimes confused. Self-esteem is about how you see or value yourself. It is the way you feel about your worth. It is whether you feel you are good, not so good or even bad. It is...

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Depression Definition And Symptoms: The Most Common Types Of Depression

Have you ever wondered if you were really depressed or just sad? You may have felt down in the dumps for a while but don't necessarily think of yourself as depressed. The sad fact is that between 5 and 10%...

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