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Depression Anxiety An Panic AttacksDepression Anxiety An Panic Attacks

Anyone who has suffered from Depression, Anxiety and Panic Attacks knows on...

 
The ICI ExperienceThe ICI Experience

A blog about all aspects of the experience of living with Invisible Chronic...

 
Corinna Carlson aka Gus GreeperCorinna Carlson aka Gus Greeper

blogging from Vancouver since early 2005

 


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After his third daughter arrived, Matt Villano was trying to keep his career afloat while helping his wife manage her emotional transition to becoming a mom of three when he suddenly found himself “completely underwater.” For the 42-year-old free...

When it comes to identifying depression, doctors will traditionally ask patients specific questions about mood, mental illness, lifestyle and personal history, and use these answers to make a diagnosis. Now, researchers at MIT have created a model th...

Depression is one of the most common mental illness; as a matter of fact it has been said to be the common cold of mental disorders- almost everyone gets it one time or the other. ~57 million people, in India itself, are estimated to suffer from depr...

Even before you download an app to help you meditate, or to manage your depression, it’s speaking to you. Apps’ marketing often implies that everyday stresses should be seen as mental health issues, and that you’re on your own (with the help of...

Any physical movement is good for you and the evidence keeps piling up. A meta-analysis of the relationship between resistance exercise training (RET) and depression concludes that lifting weights does indeed help your mental health. Because studies...

I wish to my dear and fluffy Lord that I was using hyperbole, but I'm not. The post California University Wanted You to Encourage Your Four-Year-Old to Touch a Friend’s Genitals appeared first on RedState.

I’ve always felt the urge to leave. Any place. No matter how beautiful. I want to go. When I was 18 and finished with high school, I attended my graduation ceremony, for the sake of my family, but I skipped my prom – Canada’s east coast was cal...