Lying and compulsive behaviors tend to go together for many different reasons. Whether it be to cope with feelings of guilt and shame or societal stigma, there are some behaviors a person struggling with struggling compulsions can do to try and repair trust with loved ones.
With all the varying diagnoses of depression being used today, it can be difficult to know where to begin in order to learn more about your specific diagnosis. Read further to understand the nature of your specific type of depression, and get the tools you need to learn to manage your disorder and /or recover.
Any time individuals feel body insecurity, hypersomnia, and other symptoms of depression, their sex life will most likely be affected. In most cases, if you’re not happy, you’re not horny. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can continue reading
While all of us have and will experience grief at some point in our lives, there are many common misconceptions about how long grief lasts. Specifically, there’s often a lot of pressure from others and continue reading
People throw around the word depression as a feeling that everyone experiences. However, clinical depression is a lot more than feeling very sad. Depression is a mental illness that can be treated with psychotherapy, lifestyle continue reading
Perinatal Depression Assessment: Do you or your loved one suffer from Regular Depression or Perinatal Depression? If you are not sure, use this assessment to help you determine what type of depression you or a continue reading
Redirecting your post wedding day blues: Many newlyweds can recall the many bits of advice they received leading up to the wedding day, “Enjoy every moment, the day goes by in a flash,” “Don’t sweat continue reading
Pet therapy: Casey’s Depression What people don’t know about depression is that a lot of times there is no reason for the unhappiness; there doesn’t need to have been a traumatic experience to feel depression continue reading
Postpartum Depression and Expectations of Motherhood When experiences don’t meet our expectations — what we imagined something to be like or feel like—it is a big disappointment. And, when we have expectations for ourselves, and continue reading
Center for Growth / Therapy in Philadelphia: Take the perinatal depression quiz to determine what type of depression you or a loved one are suffering from. Regular Depression VS Perinatal Depression. Are you pregnant or continue reading
Are you experiencing extreme sadness during pregnancy or postpartum? Contrary to popular folklore, 15% of pregnant women experience depression. Some are even so severely depressed they attempt suicide. If you are feeling extremely sad during continue reading
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