Monday, 24 April 2017

Guide to Depression Support Groups in Los Angeles

Depression has been a part of my life for almost ten years. It has impacted my life, my family and my friends. It is very difficult to control my mood swings since I am bipolar, but having an outlet helps me deal with it. I attend a support group at least once a week and I also call up other members in my group when I am feeling down. One day I decided that living with depression was not living at all and decided to do something about it. I went to psychologists, but I felt disconnected while there. I

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Understanding Anxiety and Depression

There are times when people get moody, sad, and miserable, and withdraw from any social activities they might take part it. These are often the results of depression, which can be very random and pass quickly in some people, while others suffer from these symptoms on a daily basis, and their function in daily life is greatly affected. When a person is suffering from intense sadness or despair, and symptoms are prolonged, they may also suffer from other unknown mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder, dementia, or delirium. These mental illnesses are often confused with one each one as the

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Great Depression in a Constitutional Context

It seems like, with time, events and conditions that led to the Great Depression have been reduced in the minds of many to the stock market crash in 1929. This is a very simplified and ultimately incorrect view on the situation since at the time of the crash, before mutual funds were invented, even fewer people owned stock than do nowadays (Henretta, Brody, & Dumenil, 2006). Of much more importance was overproduction in virtually every industry and in agriculture, poor management of the nation’s thousands of banks, and the money panic that followed immediately after the stock market crashed. Similarly,

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A Battle with Post Partum Depression

I knew immediately something was different after the birth of my second child. I looked over to the side as the doctor’s were cleaning her up and did not feel the overwhelming emotion that I had with my first one. I looked over at my husband who moved to the side very excited and kiss my head. I wondered secretly why I felt different this time. Recovery room In the recovery room, I made sure that my daughter was always with us. My husband thought this was just because that is who I am. Secretly, I felt if I spent

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How to Cure Depression Using The Secret

In December 2004, I was diagnosed with depression. I took Wellbutrin for about a year, went off of it for awhile and then took it again for another few months. Then last summer it hit again. In July 2006, I was diagnosed with chronic recurring depression and my doctor prescribed Prozac. Both times I also entered counseling. Anyone who has ever suffered from depression understands the ups and downs of the disease. Bursting into tears one moment, laughing hysterically the next, fatigue, lack of energy, and a lack of desire to enjoy activities you used to enjoy are all part

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How to Deal with Depression from Infertility

This is the most frustrating, heartbreaking condition a woman can ever endure. It causes all sorts of stress, sadness and withdrawal to many. It’s worse if you have painful menstruation (Dysmenorrheal) every month; you keep on asking yourself why I have to go through this pain if I’m not going to have a baby to show for it. And you wait every month to see changes but the same pain comes. As a woman you are expected to have babies by your friends, family, your in-laws and your husband. There are other women who were not meant to have children

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Mental Depression- a Silent Killer

From the Mind of an Emotional Young Man We’ve been reading a lot of articles about mental depression. This is a widespread epidemic in our country. The piece of poetry below was written by a young man who attempted suicide. (By the Grace of God, he failed.) He gave me this to print, in hopes of reaching others who might feel so desperate. The desperation and mental anguish are obvious in the words of this young man. If I could hear, “I love you”, one more time I would tell you that you’re gorgeous,  beautiful, loving and kind If I

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