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Alone – Depression Short Film (Award Winning)

Depression Isn’t Always Obvious

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety, Depression and Social Anxiety

HOW TO GET YOUR CONFIDENCE BACK After Depression, Anxiety, &/or Depersonalization

How I Use CBT For Anxiety, Depression, OCD Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Part 1

HOW TO OVERCOME DEPRESSION and HARD TIMES – Best Motivational Videos Compilation for 2017

The mindful way through depression: Zindel Segal at TEDxUTSC

Bruce Springsteen on Donald Trump, and his own depression

Tony Robbins: Reprogram Your Mind (Tony Robbins Depression)

Setting Expectations Too High – a Direct Route to Stress and Depression?

What are expectations? Our prediction of how we want things to go, expectations can seem harmless. But not always. Low expectations, for example, can mean you underachieve in life, or let others manipulate you. And what about high expectations? In a world focused on success and ambition, they can seem exemplary. But high expectations are often a … [Read Entire Story]

6 MUST KNOW SIGNS of DEPRESSION!

What is depression? – Helen M. Farrell

10 Myths About Suicide You Need to Know

Every two hours someone dies from suicide in the United Kingdom and more than 10 times as many people attempt it (according to the Mental Health Foundation). So why is it that suicide is still so misunderstood? Educate yourself by learning the following myths about suicide. … [Read Entire Story]

Is Guilt a Hidden Cause of Your Depression?

Popular causes of depression you’ve likely heard about include anxiety, stress,  low self-esteem, and childhood trauma. But what about guilt? Could it be a possible contributor or cause of your low moods? Not sure if you are depressed? Read our comprehensive guide to depression. What is guilt, really? Guilt is a feeling of embarrassment and … [Read Entire Story]

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Depression

The Science of Depression

Laughter – Does it really improve your psychological health?

As babies, we laugh even before we talk. But why do we laugh? And what affect does laughter have on our brains, and our mental and psychological health? Why you laugh The assumption might be that laughter is about things being funny. But only 10% of laughter is about jokes. Instead, laughter seems to be … [Read Entire Story]

Sleep Problems? Why You Might Have a Mental Health Issue

Most of us, barring a lucky few who drop off no matter what, tend to experience stress-induced sleeplessness at some point in our lives. But when do sleep problems go from a normal experience to a sign you should be concerned? Not quite sure what a sleep problem is? Read our comprehensive Guide to Sleep Problems. … [Read Entire Story]

Assumptions – Why They Are Wrecking Your Mood and How To Stop Making Them

When you make an assumption, you tell yourself that something is true without actually having any evidence that it is. It’s all to easy to lead your life never questioning that you are actually assuming things to be facts, when really they are not. Examples of assumptions at work are: You don’t get the promotion at … [Read Entire Story]

The Christmas Blues – Why They Happen and How to Manage

Christmas cheer is a great concept. Yet it’s often far from the reality of this time of year, when depression becomes a battle for many. For some it all sadly becomes too much – the Office for National Statistics in the UK has previously reported up to a 3% rise in female suicides and a … [Read Entire Story]

Prone to Depression? Why Stress Might Be Harder For You

Depression – more common than you think? The World Health Organisation estimates that 350 million people are affected by depression worldwide, and sadly, many who suffer don’t seek help. Over 800,000 people commit suicide each year. Suicide is in fact the second leading global cause of death for the age range of 15-29. So what … [Read Entire Story]

What is Childhood Trauma and Did You Experience It?

Childhood trauma is an event, situation, or environment you experienced as a child that left you feeling vulnerable and like you couldn’t count on the world or other people to keep you safe. For many, childhood trauma has the unfortunate consequence of affecting your ways of thinking and of relating to the world and others as … [Read Entire Story]

Can Time Alone Improve Your Moods?

In our modern online culture of ‘sharing’ our lives non-stop, the emphasis is firmly on the social. From having a high friend or followers count, to posting pictures of yourself doing things with friends or family, being alone appears to have gone out of style. And for too many of us, time [Read Entire Story]