Depression Guide

When a Spouse Has Depression

When a Spouse Has Depression Depression affects not only the patient, but also the family. The spouse of a depressed patient must be very tolerant. They must be very patient and they must be very loving. Take Time For Yourself As the spouse of someone with depression, it’s very important to take some time for yourself. Get away from the…

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What to Do When You Feel Depressed

What to Do When You Feel Depressed At some point every individual is going to feel some type of depression, or negative thoughts when feeling empty and alone inside. While many of us figure out ways to work through the process, others find it more challenging, and require some type of outside help. Regardless of how you acquired your depression,…

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What to Do When Being Blindsided by Depression

What to Do When Being Blindsided by Depression Many people suffering from depression were blindsided, where it hit them without warning. Now that they have it, they realize exactly how challenging their life can be, and see no hope for improvement. That is a natural reaction and just one of the many symptoms of dealing with the disease. However, there…

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What Is Postpartum Depression

What Is Postpartum Depression Postpartum depression is entirely different from the “baby blues” that women often suffer from the first few weeks after giving birth. Women will often have difficulty sleeping, feel moody and cry easily, and feel completely overwhelmed. Generally women can expect to lose the blues about two weeks to a month after giving birth. Postpartum Depression, on…

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What Is Major Depression

What Is Major Depression Major depression, also referred to as clinical depression, is the severest form of depression. Sufferers experience a constant state of hopelessness and despair. The symptoms are far more severe that those experienced by people suffering from chronic depression. They very often have significant difficulty sleeping, eating, working, and even enjoying the company of their family and…

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