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Depression and Healing

Posted by Alison Lowther

239 Days Ago


There is no doubt about it, depression can be extremely debilitating on all levels. In addition, an increasing number of people are being diagnosed with depression and more and more are relying on medication to aid their mood and their functioning. I know from my own experience just how hopeless it can make you feel.  It... [read more]

Help for Depression

Posted by Elizabeth Jeffries

608 Days Ago


  Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go, they merely determine where you start (Nido Qubein) With the 10th October being World Mental Health Day, the quote above might offer a much needed signal of hope, perhaps when you are struggling to find some. This, perhaps in spite of the recent results from the latest survey... [read more]

Freeing Yourself From Depression

Posted by Sarah Wiesendanger

867 Days Ago


People commonly describe depression in a number of ways: as a black cloud that accompanies them everywhere; a fog from which it's impossible to see out; like being stuck within a cave or cage. What's common to all of these descriptions is the conviction or fear that they cannot escape. And, because human brains are programmed to... [read more]

Depression

Posted by Barbara Paczkowska

919 Days Ago


If you're wondering whether you suffer from depression, the following text will help you to clear your doubts and answer the question… What is depression? We all feel sad or under the weather at times, but we only talk about depression when these feelings are prolonged, or when they are so strong that they impair our normal way... [read more]

Post Natal Depression: How can Counselling help?

Posted by Jill Wootten

966 Days Ago


Have you recently had a baby? Are you struggling with feeling low and are often tearful or feel emotionally overwhelmed? You could be suffering from Post Natal Depression, something that affects one in every three new mums in the U.K. alone.  What is Post Natal Depression? Post Natal Depression is the name given to the onset of depressive... [read more]


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