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  • A Ladder Out of Depression

    A Ladder Out of Depression

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    Everyone has the blues from time to time. Weather changes, food, illness, loneliness, disappointment and everyday stress can cause us to feel sad for a few hours and even a few days. This comes with our humanness. But when the sadness begins to deepen

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  • Blessed Are The Desperate For They Will Find Hope

    Blessed Are The Desperate For They Will Find Hope

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    Two-thirds of depressed patients are women, although both sexes are equally susceptible to most other mental disorders. In an unhappy marriage, the wife is three times more likely to be depressed than her spouse, and the more young children a woman has,

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  • Breaking Anxiety's Grip

    Breaking Anxiety's Grip

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    A tendency toward anxiety disorder runs in families. Nevertheless, early treatment of anxiety disorder can often stop its progression. Some people find the greatest relief from anxiety symptoms when they take certain prescription medications coupled wit

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  • Breaking Through Depression

    Breaking Through Depression

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    Major depression is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. for ages 15-44. Major depressive disorder affects approximately 14.8 million American adults, or about 6.7 percent of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year. Chronic mild depr

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  • Dark Seasons of the Soul: A Clinical Update on Depression

    Dark Seasons of the Soul: A Clinical Update on Depression

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    Depression is as old as the human race. Practically everyone will experience some degree of depression during his or her lifetime. And some people are plagued with depression most of their lives. At any given time in America, millions suffer from a dep

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  • Depression and the Holidays

    Depression and the Holidays

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    Tips To Prevent Holiday Stress and Depression  Acknowledge your feelings. If someone close to you has recently died or you can't be with loved ones, realize that it's normal to feel sadness and grief. It's OK to take time to cry or express your feelings

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  • Does Your Man Have the Blues?

    Does Your Man Have the Blues?

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    “It would probably shock most women if their husbands told them, ‘I am depressed, and I think I need to see a professional.’ Instead you are more apt to hear about your depressed husband’s headache or gastrointestinal problem or you may realize that he i

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  • Losing God- Clinging To God Through Doubt And Depression

    Losing God- Clinging To God Through Doubt And Depression

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    Everyone has the blues from time to time. Weather changes, food allergies, illness, loneliness, disappointment and everyday stress can cause us to feel sad for a few hours and even a few days. But when the sadness begins to deepen and lasts several weeks

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  • Moving Beyond Depression

    Moving Beyond Depression

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    “Everyone has the blues from time to time. Weather changes, food, illness, loneliness, disappointment and everyday stress can cause us to feel sad for a few hours and even a few days. This comes with our humanness. But when sadness begins to deepen and

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