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Depression Therapy

4 Signs You’re Refusing to Acknowledge Your Depression

Acknowledging and confronting depression can be a daunting task. For many, it’s often easier to dismiss feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and despair as temporary or insignificant rather than acknowledging them as symptoms of a larger issue at play. However, refusing to acknowledge depression can prolong unpleasant symptoms and delay the healing process. Let’s explore four common signs that indicate you may be avoiding or denying your depression. By recognizing these signs, you can take the first step towards seeking help, finding support, and improving your well-being.

2024-05-25T21:52:02+00:00Depression Therapy|

The Gut-Brain Connection: How Your Microbiome Might Influence Depression

You’ve heard phrases like “you are what you eat” or “feel good from the inside out.” These phrases imply a connection between your gut and your overall sense of well-being. But is any of that rooted in fact? Can your gut activity influence your mental status? Can it change how you feel beyond a physical level? As it turns out, yes, it can. 

2024-05-12T22:12:58+00:00Depression Therapy|

4 Practical Tips for Dealing with Depression

Depression is an extremely common but serious mental health disorder. While it’s completely normal to experience feelings of sadness and fatigue from time to time, if you notice that these feelings persist for longer than two weeks, it’s a good indicator that depression may be at play. If you suspect that you or a loved one is struggling with depression, it’s important to seek support. If you’re not quite ready to make a call and set up an appointment with a therapist just yet, there are lifestyle changes that you can make to try to reduce or limit some of the signs and symptoms you may be experiencing. Here are four practical tips for dealing with depression.

2024-05-12T22:28:38+00:00Depression Therapy|

What Are Some Ways to Treat Depression Without Medication?

Depression can feel like you’re carrying a heavy weight all day and night. You’re trying to make it seem like you can handle it, but you know at any minute, you may drop it. You may spiral out of control. If you’re struggling with depression, seeking additional support is crucial for treatment. If you’re currently working with a therapist or looking into therapy, we’re here to help. Not interested in medication? Don’t worry! These are some ways you can treat depression without medication.

2024-05-13T01:11:37+00:00Depression Therapy|

What Is High Functioning Depression?

You can’t even remember the last time it actually felt like you did something right. No matter if it’s your home life or at work, very few things in your life are working out how you imagined them. You used to think of yourself as someone who had it all together. You’re the type of person that follows a sleep schedule and routine, meal preps on weekends and tries to get involved or help in any way that you can. But you’ve been struggling for a while, and you’re not sure how to get back to your version of normal. Let’s learn more about high-functioning depression.

2024-05-16T19:56:25+00:00Depression Therapy|

Here Is How Depression Affects Your Brain

Depression is commonly known as a pervasive sense of sadness. It’s often not something thought of from a tangible standpoint. However, like any illness, it has physical effects on the body. Not only does depression affect our bodies through fatigue and appetite changes—it also has specific effects on the brain. Let’s look at how depression affects your brain.

2024-05-16T20:03:27+00:00Depression Therapy|

How Cultural Expectations Can Play a Role in Depression

Culture is defined as the way of life that is passed down from generation to generation. Culture includes things like art and beliefs, as well as institutions like social, religious, and educational organizations. The way that a society dresses, behaves, thinks, and speaks is defined by its culture. There are differences based on culture all across the world. Another way that culture can impact an individual is with an individual’s mental health. Let’s learn more about how cultural expectations can play a role in depression.

2024-05-16T20:17:26+00:00Depression Therapy|

How to Cope When Strict Cultural Expectations Mingle with Depression

One of the things that most humans strive for is a sense of belonging. We all just want to fit in, to be a part of something. A sense of belonging is essential for our survival. That’s why culture and social groups play such a huge role in the world we live in. Every culture has a set of cultural expectations or rules to abide by. Or you may have grown up on one country or area with its own culture, but your parents immigrated from another country with a very different approach, so you find yourself trying to fit into two cultures and not quite finding your way in either. 

2024-05-16T20:34:22+00:00Depression Therapy|

Tips for Managing Difficult Family Dynamics During the Holidays When You Have Depression

The holidays are finally here. For many people, that means spending more time with family members, or maybe even staying with some if you’re traveling from out of town. While the holidays are great for reconnecting with loved ones and celebrating the season, they can be difficult when you’re dealing with depression.

2024-05-21T21:41:34+00:00Depression Therapy|

Coping with Depression When It Seems Like the World Is at War

You’re facing your own internal battle, and now, on top of that, it seems like the world is at war. Watching TV was your normal go-to that you used as a way to relax and unwind after a long day. Now, your TV screen and social media feeds are filled with images of war, death, and destruction from the ongoing war with Russia and Ukraine.

2024-05-21T21:54:18+00:00Depression Therapy|