Tag Archives : depression


Therapy V Antidepressants

  There’s a reason depression can be so difficult to treat: Scientists are still figuring out exactly how and why it strikes. An article recently published on www.uk.businessinsider.com discussed a new report in Nature by Emily Anthes who explores why therapy and drugs sometimes work — and sometimes don’t. Depression doesn’t just give you a temporary case […]

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Later Affects of Childhood Bullying

Childhood bullying can continue to damage mental and physical health long into adulthood, a new study that was reported in The Independent said. The study suggested victims were more likely to suffer from depression, ill-health and even joblessness up to 40 years later. According to researchers from Kings College London, the negative impact of bullying on […]


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Policeman’s Battle With Mental Health Issues.

There was a really refreshing story featured on www.express.co.uk about a policeman who was plagued by mental illness and who now has a handle on his depression. Such a positive article about how the police force helped him through and a moving account of his concerns about revealing his problem. Inspector Wayne Goodwin has dealt with huge danger in […]


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1 in 4 people will suffer from a mental illness at some point in their lives. Until now the support has been really locked into the realms of therapist chairs and GP´s office. Until now… If you are a keen Twitterer you will have noticed there has been a movement called “The Black Dog Tribe” […]


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SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is episodes of depression that occur at a certain time of the year, usually during winter. Causes, incidence, and risk factors The disorder may begin during the teen years or in early adulthood. Like other forms of depression, it occurs more often in women than in men. People who live in […]