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a SAD moment by Lupus Nephritis .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 11:24pm Last night, my family and I just hanging out in the master bedroom. My husband just got dog food and new toys for the boys. Thai left his baby somewhere in the house --Max's baby was in our room. He [Max] looked sad. He didn't play with his toy, nor the ball that was right there, but just walked right past it and laid on the ground. Thai on ... Read on »
Sad Moment by Flo H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Jun 2010 10:47am Since school ended last week I have avoided stepping on the scale.  I have been working out and eating okay (so I thought) and I thought that by avoiding the scale I would avoid obsessing over the numbers.  Of course, I thought that by not tracking my food I would avoid obsessing over the numbers.  Guess what?  I  was wrong.  I have been feeling ... Read on »
Moments of Sadness by Tara Lakes Posted Mon 27 Dec 2010 11:50am I never really went through the grieving process I was apparently supposed to have when I had a baby with Down syndrome. I did experience about 5 minutes of raw fear after getting the diagnosis before they placed him in my arms. Once I held him, I knew it was going to be okay. A friend of mine had been updating family and friends during labor. I ... Read on »
The Sad Truth About Menopause or Only Moments to Go Before I Weep by Lynette Sheppard Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:35pm Susan writes that she doesn t know which is worse: her constant feeling of sadness or her hot flashes. That s easy - whichever one is occurring at the moment is worse! Seriously, though, for many of us, depression is a disconcerting emotional change that deluges us in menopause. Certainly we have a fair amount to be depressed about (see Men ... Read on »
Psychiatrists often not best option for treating depression and mood in women by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Mon 22 Jul 2013 10:17am The biggest problem with depressionFeelings of sadness, hopelessness and a loss of interest in life, combined with a sense of reduced emotional well-being in women is that the underlying cause is often hormonal and therefore should not be treated by psychiatrists.This form of depression is called 'Reprodu ... Read on »
Depressed mood – noticing by bluesilk Posted Mon 25 Apr 2011 12:00am Well I’ll try not to make it too self indulgent but I don’t hold out much hope for that quite honestly.  I need to talk.  I think.  And by talk I mean write, since these words come from my head. I am feeling very low at the moment.  I finished a group and a course a couple of weeks ago and these two things were the structure that kept ... Read on »
Depression/Mood Swings by bipolarchic Posted Sat 01 Aug 2009 12:00am August 18th, 2009 at 5:48pm | I have not been doing well. Since we have moved into the house, there have been problems. I am having trouble adjusting to the mess and poor living conditions. The main problem is that there is junk everywhere and he thinks he can sell it all. That co ... Read on »
Major Depressive Disorder or Normal Sadness? by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 24 Nov 2008 2:08pm 3 Comments An important question in the new issue of Psychiatric Times: A diagnosis of MDD is warranted, according to DSM, when a patient has at least 5 of 9 specified symptoms for at least 2 weeks, and the 5 symptoms include either depressed mood or an inability to derive pleasure from life. The sole exception is that bereaved patients are not consider ... Read on »
Are you SAD, or do you suffer with Seasonal Affective Depression? by Mom-n-Me Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 3:30pm 01/24/2014 by Sandy Spencer Leave a Comment Seasonal Affective Depression Some depression is common among caregivers. We already know caregiving is tough work, with many moments of sadness and fleeting feelings of depression. As caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s dementia, your sadness may be double because you already know ... Read on »