Monthly Archives: November 2012

144. Work and Depression

Sara gets up in the morning, eats breakfast, goes to a stressful job and somehow makes it through the day, comes home exhausted, half-heartedly engages with her children, eats supper, goes to bed, and awakes the next morning to the … Continue reading

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143. Psychotherapy and Other Tools for Depression and Anxiety

I experienced a breakthrough when working with my brother who is a deep-healing psychotherapist. There was a part of me that had been wounded when I was born, and twelve years later I was wounded again by an incident with … Continue reading

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142. What is Male Depression Syndrome?

This posting came from StoriedMind, a blog written by John Folk-Williams. David Wexler, a psychotherapist who has written several books about depression in men, describes “male depression syndrome” as consisting of four main patterns. Discontent with Self: Profoundly unhappy with … Continue reading

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141. What Depression is Like – Kinda

I am writing this blog on Friday, November 16. This has been a depressing week, in the general sense of the word, for I have not been depressed in the clinical sense of the word. On Monday, the flu descended … Continue reading

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140. Eventuality

Another blog from Bruce Kramer, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease On December 6, 2010.  (http://diseasediary.wordpress.com). These blogs are a testimony to me of accepting one’s universe. Life growth and death brittleness come in … Continue reading

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139. The Promise of FDT Therapy for Major Depression

The following article comes from Johns Hopkins Health Alerts. A type of therapy that teaches people how to look forward to a positive future may be helpful in treating major depression, according to a study published online in CNS Neuroscience … Continue reading

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138. You Can’t Change the Past

One of the traits of those who are depressed and anxious is to dwell on the past. Some examples: “Why did I take that job ten years ago? It changed my life for the worse. I should have stayed where … Continue reading

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