Depression and Compulsive Behaviors: What’s the Connection?

Depression and Compulsive Behaviors: What’s the Connection? Depression impacts everyone differently. Though it’s the most common mental health condition across the globe, not everyone experiences all of the same symptoms and connections. For some people, depression tends to create compulsive behaviors. Additionally, people already living with conditions like obsessive-compulsive disorder

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Men and Therapy: Get Past the Stigma and Feel Better!

Men and Therapy: Get Past the Stigma and Feel Better! Men benefit from therapy just as much as anyone else, but are generally very apprehensive about actually going to see a therapist. Only 2 out of 100 men seek outpatient help for depression, for example; the other 8 are more

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Identifying Low Levels of Depression

Severe depression is quite easy to identify. Most people know that they’re dealing with depression when they are experiencing these more extreme versions of this emotion. However, if you’re dealing with lower levels of depression, you may not even know this. You might feel a sense that there is something

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Feeling Down During the Holidays

The holidays come with their own source of pressure. We change our routines, we spend money that we may not have, and we travel. Because we are such routine oriented creatures, all of this can lead to stress. Some people also struggle with depression, sadness, and grief during the holidays.

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Disarming Misery

When I’m working with clients who are dealing with serious depressive issues, the hopelessness that they experience can wreak havoc in their lives. Many times these clients forget that they have options. They become lost in “all-or-nothing” thinking, which perpetuates their negative mood. If you are someone who is living

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