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Holiday depression

4 Mistakes You’re Making with Mental Health Resolutions

Imagine a year without anxiety, depression, and mood disorder symptoms. Could 2021 be the year you’re in control of your mental health? Traditionally, the new year acts as a clean slate, with[...]

Recovering from 2020: 20 Things We Learned from the Worst Year Ever

We had such high hopes for 2020. It certainly had a great ring to it! The year was full of promise with the Summer Olympics and a presidential election to look forward to. It was supposed to be a[...]

5 Tips for Navigating Relationships Around the Holidays

We’re expected to be full of joy and cheer during the holidays; but while some people look forward to attending parties, buying presents, and visiting loved ones, others feel burdened by the[...]

By KCLA | November 24th, 2020 | Categories: Holiday Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Depression-Fighting Tips for Surviving Valentine's Day

Depression on Valentine’s Day isn’t something that’s only experienced by those without a significant other to celebrate with. It can also be caused by unrealistic expectations, haunting memories,[...]

By quaintise | February 14th, 2020 | Categories: Holiday Depression

New Year, Same Depression

While typically harmless, sayings such as the following can be damaging to someone who is suffering from depression:

By ketamine@dmin | January 23rd, 2020 | Categories: Holiday Depression, Depresssion

Look for Signs of Depression From Loved Ones This Holiday Season

 

By ketamine@dmin | April 10th, 2017 | Categories: Holiday Depression
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