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Depression
15
Oct

Study: Examines Stress, Rumination and Depression

How often do you reminisce about your adolescent years?  The word “reminisce” infers a pleasant experience. Don’t you think? Consider meeting with childhood friends, paging through scrapbooks, attending a family reunion…or just daydreaming about days gone by. We might recall great teachers, school plays, dances, sporting events, and graduations. But for as many wonderful memories...
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22
Aug

New Study: Treating Major Depressive Disorder With Medication And Cognitive Therapy

Logo of the United States National Institute of Mental Health, part of the National Institutes of Health. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Examining major depressive disorder (MDD) When a discussion of depression is in the news most people tend to think that there is only one kind of depression. It is those who are diagnosed with depression...
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13
Aug

Robin Williams ~ His Words and Ideas Changed Our World

Robin Williams (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Our world changed on Monday evening… Famous people die every day. It can be a celebrity, a states person, an infamous character, a sports figure, or a world leader. For sure we almost always stop a bit and take notice, but every once in a while we find ourselves grieving...
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01
Aug

Therapeutic Photography: A Mindfulness Process

Do you remember the first time you used a camera? The other day we were having lunch with an associate and suddenly she said, “Wait, let’s take a photo…oh, OK, a selfie!” We obliged and had a good laugh at our many attempts to make ourselves look young and gorgeous! Afterwards we got to talking...
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03
Jul

Desperately Seeking Answers Part 2: Turning The Lens On The Demons Inside

Part 2 Learning to ask for help On May 30, 2014, we published a post Father’s Plea ~ “NOT ONE MORE!” It was an overview of the tragedy that unfolded in the seaside town of Isla Vista, CA. At the time we talked about one grief stricken father, Richard Martinez, who in the wake of...
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19
Jun

Hurricane Sandy: Recovery In Many Ways Continues For Those Impacted

English: Ellis Island, seen from Liberty Island (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Ellis Island is in recovery from Hurricane Sandy Have you ever visited Ellis Island? If not, put it on your “bucket list.” Ellis Island is part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument located in Upper New York Bay, the original island belongs to New...
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jar of coins on table - debt
13
Jun

Which Comes First ~ Depression or Debt?

Debt and Mental Health Have you ever thought about the impact of debt on mental health issues? Most adults in the United States have some kind of debt. The types of debt vary from student loans, to mortgages, to automobile loans, to various unsecured credit like credit cards or even medical services debt. The amount...
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04
Jun

Take A Few Minutes And Learn About The Depression Treating Helmet

Look what the dog found in the garage! How many helmets do you have around your home? Our associate was organizing his garage this past weekend and suddenly realized that over the years his family has accumulated a lot of helmets – bike helmets, a hockey helmet, a ski helmet, a football helmet, rock climbing...
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American flag flying at someone's home - war within
31
May

Fighting “The War Within” ~ One Day At A Time!

Peace Agreements don’t always settle The War Within This month we observed Memorial Day and while each conflict conducted with our active military personnel and veterans usually concludes with a peace agreement often the written accords do not settle  The War Within. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers experts’ observations regarding the occurrence of...
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01
May

Study: Monitoring Antidepressant Dose Appears Critical When Treating Children And Young Adults

Depression by the numbers… We often speak about depression and treatment for major depressive disorder; however, we don’t always drill down into the numbers of people in the United States who have major depressive disorder. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIH): Major Depressive Disorder is the leading cause of disability in the...
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