Some people with SAD may experience symptoms in the summer but feel better in the winter. If you are one of them and feeling down after the holiday season, here are some tips for getting over your post-December depression.
Summer is not everyone’s preferred season. The glaring sunlight, burning heat, and sweltering humidity in tropical climates like ours can make it a not-so-pleasant season.
We have all dealt with work pressure at some point in our lives. Whether it is the constant feeling of falling behind or getting side-tracked by other tasks, it can be hard to keep up with everything else going on in your life. Fortunately, there are ways you can handle this problem—and they do not all involve a therapist! Here are a few ideas for reducing work pressure so you may concentrate on what matters.
Today is Mother’s Day and as we scramble to buy last minute gifts for all the mother figures in our lives, let us pause and ask ourselves frankly — at a time when postpartum depression is at its peak, workplaces are especially unforgiving to women who have just given birth, and the immediate family scene is replete with taunts about being a “good mother”, is an engraved pendant or a spa session enough to make mothers happy?
I picked up this book while trying to find a good therapist in this dreary land.
For Mahera help came not only in the form of relatable characters, but also the physical comfort derived from holding onto a book. "I've carried a book or a Kindle with me during the worst times of my life. It's like a security blanket," she told me.
A new UK review finds that those who have depression or anxiety could also show an increased rate of cognitive decline later in life.
New international research has found more evidence to suggest that exercise can prevent the onset of depression, and could be beneficial in people of all ages.