• Depression and Procrastination: Twins in the Job Search

     
    My definition of procrastination is that a person delays and delays actions that are required by a job or actionsnecessary to accomplish somethingin everyday life. Depression is a mental state that"almost freezes" a person into noaction at all. While procrastination can be over-come by a change of behavior andattitude, depression has its core issues of lassitude, feelingsof hopelessness, anger and of givingup. What do the two have in common? Ithink that procrastination is oftena temporary trait, but depressionis something that will takes lots oftime and energy to overcome....
     

    Raise Your Feeling Frequency with a Loving Smile

     
    In every moment of our life we have the choice to think any thought we like. Sometimes we forget that we have the freedom to choose what we think in any moment. It does not matter what is happening in our life and what we are surrounded by. We can choose to change are vibration and feeling happier, just by our intention. If your current thoughts are heavy and feel like they are holding you down. Choose to change your mind on what you feel. A soft loving smile will start to raise your vibration and increase your loving feeling for yourself and others....
     

    How to Put an End to Depression

     
    Depression can have many, many faces. If you are not aware of your feelings and emotions on a daily basis then it can creep up on you and cause misery in your life when you least expect it. We get sad when we fail in our exams, when we're rejected by the person we love, or when someone very close to us passes away. Depression, however, could be more fatal than just plain sadness. It could cause life-long consequences that could ruin your self-esteem, your health, and your well-being. Here are some excellent tips for conquering depression and to help you get the most enjoyment out of your daily activities....
     

    Depressed? Wise Woman Ways Offer a Helping Hand

     
    Winter time is depression time for many women. Perhaps it is harder to look at the bright side when days are short, perhaps the holidays and family demands take their toll on us. Of course, depression can also be triggered by lack of thyroid hormone and by use of steroids, high blood pressure drugs, and ERT/HRT. But most often the cause of depression is the belief (valid or not) that nothing you do makes any difference. Victimization and poverty lock women into depression. More than one-third of all American women have been victims of sexual or physical abuse;...
     

    Mood Disorders And Depression

     
    We all suffer with bad moods from time to time. But if you are someone who is in a bad mood or depressed much of the time, take heart. There are natural remedies to help with balancing your mood disorders. If you have a problem with bad moods, you may be low on specific neurotransmitters such as serotonin. Read on to learn more about your brain chemistry. Varying degrees of chemical imbalance in the brain are more common than you think. Only when these imbalances manifest enough blatant symptoms do people seek corrective measures for their symptoms of depression and mood disorders....
     

    St Johns Wort and Depression

     
    The bright yellow flower of the St Johns Wort (hypericum perforatum) with it's ray-like petals, represents the power of the sun that forces away the darkness. This already points to the anti-depressant effects of the St Johns Wort which are highly respected, even in conventional medicine. St. John's Wort, a perennial plant, has been used for hundreds of years to treat depression, unrest and anxiety disorders as well as nerve pain. For a long time, doctors and herbalists alike have known about its use as a sedative, but also as treatment for wounds, burns, insect bites, stomach ulcers and more....
     

    How to Get Rid of Your Worries: 5 Golden Rules and a Warning

     
    Suresh was a worried person when he came to me . "Sir what if I don't get placement ? I feel that I will fail in the coming exam. I don't know how my family will face this!" It seemed to me he was imagining all problems and getting very much worried!! This is the case of many of us; we keep worrying about events that have only remote possibility to happen. Once a friend of mine put on footwear and later knew that a dog may have bitten it the day before. The moment he knew it he began to worry;...
     

    Depression: Bringing Yourself Down

     
    Sometimes it's hard to see the forest from the trees. Sometimes its hard to see how much you can bring your self down. Recently, my life has been turned upside down. I lost someone close to me and the world became a dark place. Repression is a common reaction to traumatic events. People repress all sorts of things, violence, trauma and loss. To repress is to be able to move on - quickly. The side effects are often just as bad; repression invites long term suffering and inner turmoil. Typically, the common solution to repression is to be open to dealing with the emotions as they come....
     

    Mental Health Stigma - What Can We Do About It?

     
    What is Stigma? Stigma is the use of stereotypes and labels when describing someone, and it is often attached to people who suffer from mental health issues. We don't fully understand how the brain works yet, but one thing we DO know is that it is an organ. Yet our society doesn't readily accept brain disorders the way we accept other organ disorders. Why is this so? Here are a few of the most common misconceptions about mental health problems: Mentally ill people have a weak character Mentally ill people are potentially dangerous....
     

    Major Depression and Its Serious Complications

     
    When suffering from clinical depression, people have different ways of confronting it. Some acknowledge it, face it just like any problem, and seek help. Some ignore it as if it doesn't exist. And others simply accept that it's there but they don't do anything about it. In fact, they don't even ask for help. Those who ignore and don't do anything run the risk of developing the serious complications of depression. Like any medical disorder, untreated clinical depression has its hazards. What are some of the complications of clinical depression?...
     
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