This is such smart, practical advice, from an article in Lifehacker. You’re more likely to be productive or learn something new at certain hours of the day. If you need to see a therapist for your mental health, then using … Continue reading
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Facebook May Be Making You Depressed
Well it’s been confirmed: all the time spent on Facebook isn’t helping your mental health, according to an article in Bravo. Turns out Facebook envy is a real thing and people who suffer from it are unhappy and likely depressed, … Continue reading
Managing Anxiety and Depression in Children by Teaching Optimism
So much to admire in this article in Child Psychology Service. Its thesis is that anxiety and depression in children can be leveled by teaching optimism and the coping strategies to deal with them. A common factor in both anxiety … Continue reading
Mediterranean Diet Can Help With Depression
The association between diet and risk of depression has been known for some time and now the latest research has found a healthy Mediterranean-style diet can reduce depressive symptoms, according to this article in SBS. Director of Deakin’s Food and … Continue reading
Is It Possible To Be Too Nice For Your Own Good?
When does being nice end up hurting you? Researchers have suggested that a “loneliness epidemic” is currently spreading across the Western world, arguing it can be as bad for health as smoking or obesity. With such clear evidence of the … Continue reading
Does Running Help You Treat Depression?
Running is often mentioned as a way to lessen the effects of depression, according to this article in Women’s Running. “We all feel bad at times,” says Dr. Glenn Geher, professor and chair of psychology at the State University of … Continue reading
How a Hoarder Sees Their Belongings
Hoarders are those who have an uncontrollable urge to accumulate possessions and experience mental anguish at the thought of parting with them. Until 2013, the mental health world considered hoarding disorder to be one version of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD. … Continue reading