Category: Depression

Anxiety, Depression, Family Issues, Psychology, Stress

holiday bluesAvoid the Holiday Blues This Season

The six weeks encompassing Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s—collectively called “the holidays”—are for most, a magically unique time of year. But for many, the holidays bring hurt. Caused by factors including the weather, separation, death, stress, unrealistic expectations, hyper-sentimentality, guilt, or overspending, holiday depression—also called the “holiday blues”—can zap the merriment out of even the […]

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Depression, Lifestyle

selfies could save your lifeHere’s How Taking Selfies Could Save Your Life

Pop quiz: Who’s taken a selfie? A better question: who hasn’t taken a selfie? A recent estimate says we take 93 million selfies worldwide every day. Narcissism? Perhaps. But the real danger seems to lie in selfie-induced injuries, and even death. People (mostly young adults) have fallen off bridges and cliffs, slipped down stairs, been […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Fatherhood, Psychology, Relationships, Stress

depressed new dadPostpartum Depression Affects Men, Too

Dear Mr. Dad: I’m a new dad, and a month or so after our son was born, my wife started acting strangely. Thanks to an article you wrote a while back, I recognized the signs of postpartum depression—she was sleeping more than usual, putting on weight, crying a lot, losing interest in things she loved […]

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Anxiety, Depression

jed diamond bipolarBeing Bipolar: Living and Loving in a World of Fire and Ice

Most people don’t know I’m bipolar. After years of loving kindness shown to me by my wife, therapy with a caring and skilled therapist, and medications to help keep me in balance, my illness is in remission. Even if you had known me when I was the most out-of-control and crazy you probably wouldn’t have […]

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Depression

daylight savings increases depression riskDaylight Savings Time: Big Deal or Nothing Special?

Most people don’t think too much about daylight savings time. Sure, when it kicks in (usually in March), we grouse about losing an hour of precious sleep. But within a day or two, life goes back to normal. And when it ends (usually in November), we love the extra hour of sleep. But after a […]

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