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The Dreaded ‘D’ Words: Depression, Drugs, Drinking, Divorce, Disbarment by Dan Lukasik Posted Mon 23 Dec 2013 3:52pm The stress of the law puts many lawyers at risk for all sorts of emotional afflictions.   Read the Blog Read on »
How To Know If You Need Prescription Medication for Depression by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm We've all experienced depression that comes and goes: mild, spontaneously low moods that get better all on their own and more moderate depressive episodes that are the result of traumatic life events (physical illness, loss of a job, the death of a loved one, divorce, etc.), but sometimes depressive symptoms like feeling tired and loss of app ... Read on »
~Mental Health Monday Guest Blogger~ Depression and Anxiety by OJTLBlog Posted Mon 03 May 2010 12:00am Meet today's guest blogger, Nadia My story of depression started when I was only about ten. My father was a alcoholic and very abusive. At the time of my childhood it was thought that what happened behind closed doors stayed that way and people shouldn’t interfere. My brother and I suffered at the hands of my father. I remember several ... Read on »
THE LATEST PROGRAMME FOR STRESS AND DEPRESSION... by Barmac Posted Wed 27 Apr 2011 3:02pm A programme for the stressed and depressed that is a bit different from the norm is 'thearrigoprogramme.com', which takes place in Glastonbury. Fiona says ',Life is about experience. When you understand that, the story changes'. From day sessions to weekends away, the ultimate 30 day programme where you stay in your own tiny cottage wher ... Read on »
If Dating Isn't the Answer..... by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:32pm ....the Keys to Daily Survival Two different attorneys (both male) told me not to worry--I'd be married within 5 years. What makes them so sure?! Dating is not what I needed or need, yet. There are many negative emotional fall outs from divorce: depression, low-self esteem, fatigue, loneliness, and, isolation, for starters. These common ... Read on »
If Dating Isn't the Answer..... by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 01 Feb 2008 10:59am ....the Keys to Daily Survival Two different attorneys (both male) told me not to worry--I'd be married within 5 years. What makes them so sure?! Dating is not what I needed or need, yet. There are many negative emotional fall outs from divorce: depression, low-self esteem, fatigue, loneliness, and, isolation, for starters. These common ... Read on »
If Dating Isn't the Answer..... by JoGo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 01 Feb 2008 10:59am ....the Keys to Daily Survival Two different attorneys (both male) told me not to worry--I'd be married within 5 years. What makes them so sure?! Dating is not what I needed or need, yet. There are many negative emotional fall outs from divorce: depression, low-self esteem, fatigue, loneliness, and, isolation, for starters. These common ... Read on »
More Drop-off Lane Entertainment by Erica P. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Mon 19 Sep 2011 9:29am Translation, in case it's too blurry "You may not see the pain, but I feel the pain EVERY DAY. Fibromyalgia: it's time to find a cure." Soldier on, you brave divorced, depressed, middle-aged sister. - Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone Read on »
Breaking the bonds of weight gain depression by Dr. Judith Wurtman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 1:01pm    “I gained so much weight this past year from my antidepressant that I no longer have a social life,” writes a reader. She goes on to say that she used to be thin and never worried about what she looked like. “But now I look at my bulging body and see how dreadful I look in jeans and feel like crying. Except for going to work and doing errands, ... Read on »
Balancing Eco-Feminism, Motherhood, Anxiety and Writerdom: An Interview with Kenna Lee by Jessica P. Posted Mon 30 Apr 2012 8:50pm Where/when did you find support for your writing and the dilemmas you outline in “A million tiny things: a mother’s urgent search for hope in a changing climate”–read excerpt on The Fertile Source here – (the tension between one’s ideal eco-choices and practicality: ie., jumping in the roomy mini-van with AC vs. the tiny hybrid where flying e ... Read on »