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Depression
Depression can make life feel overwhelming and unmanageable. But, there are ways to manage and overcome it. From exercise and self-care to therapy and medication, there are many options available. Browse our articles for tips on how to improve your mood and take control of your mental health.

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Grief: It’s not just about death

Understanding the Many Faces of Grief: Beyond Loss and Death When we talk about grief, our minds often go to the loss of a loved one. However, it's essential to realize that grief can take various forms. Regardless of the circumstances, grief…
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Help! Teenage Depression!

Understanding Your Teenager’s Emotional Struggles Most parents understand teenage angst: the sometimes obnoxious independence and defiance, even seemingly random outbursts of anger and frustration over minor annoyances (which, well, are minor…
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Anticipatory Grief (pre-grief)

Anticipatory grief, or pre-grief, happens when we know when in advance that we are going to lose something or someone that we care about. It may be due to terminal illness of a loved one, an impending job loss, the loss of a relationship or…
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Depression

Depression has been described as a dark cloud that just doesn't go away. It has also been described as a deep, dark, suffocating reality that seems to have no relief in sight. Even things that you know would help seem unattainable. If you are here, please let me help.
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Grief

Feeling depressed because of a recent loss (of life, a relationship, job, way of living, etc.)? Does your grief feel unmanageable or like it will never go away? Are you pulling away from people that are trying to help? Do you feel…
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