Despite what we've heard, there are currently no systemic reviews that show an increase in depression during the holiday season. On the contrary, according to the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC), depression that leads to higher rates of...
The holidays are right around the corner. While they might look a bit different this year, people will undoubtedly still find ways to celebrate. For some, the holidays are already a stressful time. Add in the uncertainty of this year,...
Some people are more prone to depression than others. But, no matter if that's the case with you, some things can both trigger and deepen a depression. If you have a negative, nagging inner critic, you might find that all...
Loneliness comes in all shapes and sizes—just like people. Even severity and duration differ when it comes to types of loneliness. There's simply not one umbrella for this drab emotion. Like most obstacles in life, it's incredibly helpful to know what...
In America alone, an estimated 17 million people suffer from depression. While some remain stuck in feelings of hopelessness, others seek help by participating in depression counseling. What many people overlook or simply misunderstand is that depression is a treatable condition....
Holiday depression is real! This is the month when you're expected to be exceedingly cheerful and yet you might feel the saddest. The holidays. The holiday season is notorious not only for decorations and large meals but also feelings of inadequacy...
From childhood, you've probably been taught, “you are what you eat.” While your diet is only one of many factors that can influence your health and behavior, sudden and “unexplainable” mood swings are often the result of the food...