It’s Okay to Give Up On Your Partner Who Makes You Feel Depressed 

One of the real pleasures in life is being in a committed relationship with a partner whom you can count and rant on, laugh and learn with, give you happiness, care for you, and love you wholeheartedly. A partner like that is hard to come by, and it takes the force of the universe to bring you and your “The One” together.  

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Marriage And Depression

Are you feeling exhausted lately? Do you want to keep yourself away from the people in your life? Does it make you feel comfortable if you will only stay inside your room? Is it difficult for you to deal with other individuals? If you answered yes to these, then you are probably going through a depressive state in your life. Take note that depression is not something you can easily claim just because you have experienced all the things mentioned above. It is still highly advisable to see a medical doctor who could give you the exact findings of your mental condition, or if what you have is a mental condition at all.

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What To Say To A Partner With Anxiety 

Anxiety is a mental condition that is difficult to handle, especially if you are not the type of person who has a high level of patience or understanding. It can be draining, physically and emotionally, to deal with a person who is always anxious. You will feel exhausted in trying to make the said individual feel good. It is as if no matter what you say or do, she will always have anxieties about certain stuff. If you are experiencing this problem with your wife, then do not fret because you can still do a lot of things about it. 

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What’s The Connection Between Depression And Psychiatry?

Depression is probably one of the mental conditions that are not understood by many individuals. Unfortunately, there are still people who believe that this mental illness is not a significant issue at all. In fact, some individuals are not even ready to deal with it in the right manner. There are those who merely shrug it off as if it does not affect them at all.

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Is Your Child Developing Anxiety?

 

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What hurts parents the most is seeing their children suffering from any ailments or health problems, how mild or severe it may be. It’s only a natural instinct that parents, especially first-time ones, get overprotective with their children regarding their physical, emotional and mental health being.

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Fighting Social Anxiety With Social Media: Is It Possible?

A Team Of Researchers Say YES!

Can social media help people who have a social anxiety disorder or social phobia? One team of researchers answered with a resounding YES and backed this with the results of their recent undertaking. Read on!

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Shakaiteki Hikikomori: Understanding Japan’s Social Recluses

The Mental Disorder That Drove Over 500,000 Japanese To Self-Imprisonment

Shakaiteki Hikikomori (Social Recluse) is a psychological ailment that’s imprisoning a considerable number of Japan’s population in their own homes leaving a significant impact on the country’s workforce and economy.

But what exactly is hikikomori?

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Depression: I Want To Help!

Knowing someone close to you that is experiencing an extreme sense of anxiety and depression has something to do with the eagerness of your role to help. The depression can also affect your positivity so you should try and consider working on the guidelines for helping them regain their energy and optimism. The kind of medical condition they have needs support and proper understanding to be able to cope up with the struggle. Since depression is a severe mental illness, it should not be taken lightly.

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Depression Struggles Of A Mom

After seeing your newly born baby for the first time, you may be feeling overly joyed, ecstatic, thankful, worried, and even depressed. Postpartum Depression is one kind of depression. It usually occurs to women who have just given birth. Science explains that this phenomenon happens naturally because of hormonal changes which the body finds it hard to adapt.

After childbirth, moms are expected to be deprived of their sleep and undergo a lot of tiresome activities that lead to stress, panicking, anxiety, and often turn into depression.

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