Depression

Paving The Way For Growth Through Astrological Psychology

We live in a world that’s greatly divided and conflicted, much to the detriment of our minds and souls. This unhealthy dynamic has often manifested in the  disintegration of familial relationships and the unraveling of once-held-dear friendships. Seeing and sometimes personally experiencing the very loudness of egoic chest-pounding that has been happening over the past […]

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How To Handle Your Dysfunctional Family (And Let Go Of Your Past)

Nearly everyone claims like they belong to a dysfunctional family. We also blame our families for our present troubles to the degree that we are not responsible for our actions. Our past interactions with dysfunctional families sometimes can affect our behavior. You can learn some more about a dysfunctional family and the ways to cope

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Going Through Major Life Changes And Becoming Depressed: How Therapy Can Help

We try to take control of our lives as much as we can. We schedule appointments, plan for vacations, and buy groceries and go about our day. But if there’s one inevitable thing in life, it’s when we’re faced with major changes, big or small, that can resonate and scar us. It’s difficult to adapt

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Read 8 Myths About Depression

Depression is among the most challenging issues during the coronavirus pandemic. More than 4 in 10 Americans admitted pandemic-related stress has taken a toll on their mental health. While many people are seeking depression treatment and counseling, many depression myths and misconceptions often make finding help more challenging for patients. Read more about some of

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Millennial Depression And How Therapy Can Help

Millennials seem to suffer from depression more than any other generation. While it’s hard to quantify this statement because of the inexactitudes involved in the diagnosis and reporting of depression, it’s certainly true that the millennial generation has worked hard to break the stigma of the condition. Still, many millennials still feel powerless to seek

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Substance Abuse & Depression: Why Talking To A Counselor Can Help

Depression is a serious mental illness that affects people differently. Today, millions of people suffer with a range of depressive symptoms including chronic stress, generalized anxiety and feelings of sadness however, not all of these symptoms mean that you have depression. Symptoms of depression commonly occur in people for a variety of reasons but it

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