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Depression: How Psychotherapy Helps People Recover From Depression by liping Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 10:06pm Depression: How Psychotherapy Helps People Recover From Depression According to the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated 14.8 million adult Americans suffer from major depressive disorder and another 3.3 million suffer from mild or chronic depression. Many do not even recognize that they have a condition that can be treated very effect ... Read on »
Most TREATED Teens Recover From Depression by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Apr 2009 11:42am 6% of American teens - 2 million kids ages 12 to 18 - have clinical depression. Only a fraction of those are diagnosed and treated. These facts are particularly distressing because, when treated, a majority of teens show lasting improvements, though it may take several months for the benefits to appear. Depression is a fact o ... Read on »
I’m recovering from my depression by Laura Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 3:12pm Two months ago I was desperate, down, exhausted and fed up with my life. I was touching the bottom of the weld. Now I feel I’m by the sea. I’m calm, not too much stressed, I’m more aware of what is going around me and therefore I’m feeling happy again. Two months I went to a psychiatrist appointment, nothing related to the way I was feeli ... Read on »
Recovering Your Healthy Body After Being Depressed by Dr. Judith Wurtman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Sat 01 Jun 2013 9:19am All of us are familiar with the change in our bodies after a severe flu, broken limb or difficult surgery. Our weakness and inability to move with the same speed and strength possessed before getting sick is due not only to the illness itself, but also from muscle loss. For example, my close relative recently had pneumonia, and the wonders of mod ... Read on »
A Recovering Alcoholic's humorous look at Alcoholism and Depression-it is not all dark. by alanb Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 5:16pm By the very nature of it suffering from Alcoholism and Depression brings a dark edge to your life. It is not fun. Every recovering Alcoholic and Depressive will tell you it is a time best forgotten. Learn from it, yes, but leave it all behind as soon as you can. I am nearly "OK" for 7 years now and most days it all just seems like a very ba ... Read on »
Depression and Online Forums: Are There Benefits? by A Bold New Life Facebook Posted Thu 09 Jun 2011 3:33am   Depression and On-line Forums: Are There Benefits? by: Phil Holleman   Online depression forums hit my radar after I made the commitment to help people who want to recover from depression. One of my coaches, Traci Brosman , suggested I find a forum or two and start posting comments on them. Once I started my r ... Read on »
Spirituality and Depression: A Talk with Dr. Hamdy El-Rayes by Dan Lukasik Posted Tue 06 Mar 2012 4:07pm I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Hamdy El-Rayes about his new book, Mental Wellness: A Spiritual Journey. In his book, he explores the connection between spirituality and depression and how the lack of spirituality can be a cause of depression.  Dr. Hamdy grew up in Egypt in the Musli ... Read on »
Depression and the Christian : 5 - The Cures by Nancie .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:49pm (These series of 6 messages on "Depression and the Christian" are also available on .pdf, .mp3 and video formats which can be downloaded from the website ofSermon Audio) DEPRESSION AND THE CHRISTIAN BY DR. DAVID P MURRAY (5) THE CURES In our last lecture we looked at some of the causes of depression. Now we will look at some ... Read on »
The Cures for Depression - some helpful tips by Nancie .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Dec 2008 5:48pm Dear Friends, Thank you for stopping by. Thanks again for your prayers and encouragements. Thank God for strengthening me day by day. I am feeling better and continuing to look to our Lord daily. Recently, I shared about a very informative article by Dr David P Murray on " The causes of depression". Dr David P Murray did a series of ... Read on »
“I’m Already Getting Help For My Depression: Now What?” by Dan Lukasik Posted Sat 15 Feb 2014 11:55am One study found that as many as eighty-percent of all people in this country that suffer from depression don’t get any treatment. Given that depression is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. and that over 20 million people are afflicted with it, that’s a lot of people – about 16 million. However, many of the law students, lawyer ... Read on »