Many people come from unhappy childhoods and quite a few adults today, find it super tough to deal with their family members. It can cause such deep anger, chronic sadness and super low self esteem. Want it to change? Well this letter constructed by Dr Faye Snyder, Psychologist and Relationships Therapist may help to get them to understand you better.
Intro by Anna Rodgers – It’s easy to hold onto things, and its easy to think you have forgiven someone, until something they do hurts you again, then you realise you haven’t truly forgiven them at all. The question is, what is true forgiveness and how do you achieve it? Read this profound article by Dr Faye, Child and Relationship Psychologist.
by Kelley Herring
You’re eating right, taking probiotics, and getting plenty sunshine and exercise. But you still feel depressed.
The reason: The “healthy” foods you’re eating might be biting you back!
By Dr. Mercola
When you think about strategies to achieve optimal brain performance, you may think about doing crossword puzzles or learning a new language… adding more sleep or even eating more omega-3 fats may also come to mind.
Treatment for depression can often be a prescription drug, many which are proving to be quite dangerous. Dr. William Walsh says reasons for depression may be as unique as the individual.
(NaturalNews) The number of newly diagnosed cases of clinical depression continues to rise at an alarming rate, as the illness results in countless lost work hours and increases risk of early mortality from suicide or violence. The current approach is to prescribe anyone a variety of psychotropic drugs that numb an individual’s ability to think and react to external stimuli in a healthy manner
Of all my work, I find the most difficult concept to teach is “no blaming.” I have often seen that those who initially nod in agreement later will be the ones to assert that it doesn’t apply to them or their circumstances. In the following “No-Blame Contract”, I attempt to cover all the bases and respond to all the arguments I have heard to justify blaming. Some people simply cannot comprehend life without blaming.
With so many people suffering from depression right now, with children included, this means that many people are medicated for it. And in some cases, they are on many different types! However, theres so much you can do without resorting to medications which for some, may even cause you much more harm than good. Turmeric has recently been proven to be just as affective if not better than the famous ‘prozac’ read on!
Psychologists at the University of Reading have launched a free iPhone app to help people with depression get direct access to help – without needing to go to their GP. Developed as part of a PhD research project, the app, called Mood Mate, is available for download now. It was launched on October 10, World […]