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Divorce and the loss of a relationship can be a stressful, emotional and even frightening time. Whatever the cause of the divorce, one may experience feelings of sadness, regret, guilt and even shame. During this time it is important to address your emotional concerns and to develop the skills and self-love needed to move forward […]
Recent studies suggest that diet may play a major role in overall and long term mood, emotion regulation and well-being. Considering how your diet may influence your mood as well as monitoring how certain foods or dietary changes may affect or change your overall mood or emotional well-being can help you to lead a more […]
Mindfulness based treatment for anxiety and depression is effective in reducing both the cognitive and physical symptoms associated with these two mood states. Mindfulness practice involves a process of relaxation and focus, targeted at reducing internal and external stressors, noise and anxiety provoking thoughts. Mindfulness involves focusing on the present, allowing the mind to wander, […]
Many demographics and populations may be vulnerable to the effects of depression. Women are particularly susceptible to experiencing symptoms of depression based on biological, neurological and social differences, as well as the unique experiences, stressors and challenges they face, both during development and in life tasks. Women often blame themselves and start to feel bad […]
Sad times and hardships are a common occurrence throughout the lifespan. So how can you distinguish between periods of situational sadness and serious depression? How do you know if you or someone you care about is experiencing depression? The information in this article can help you answer the question of, “Why do I feel so […]