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Pornography and Depression

Pornography and Depression

According to the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), pornography can neither be classified as an addiction nor as a mental health condition. However, people have tried to link it with several addictions and mental health conditions over the years - some...

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winnie the pooh mental health

Winnie the Pooh Mental Health

In 2000, Dr Sarah Shea and a group of colleagues published a paper by the name Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: a neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Their report claimed the characters of Winnie the Pooh displayed symptoms...

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Depression Treatment Centers

Depression Treatment Centers

Residential treatment centers for depression come in many shapes and sizes, but the approach to treatment and healing is often similar. Usually, patients receive some sort of regular individual therapy, guided community time, and other activities that help alleviate and heal symptoms. After spending time...

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Weed and Depression

Weed and Depression

The way in which the body absorbs and processes an antidepressant may be affected by weed. Therefore, the potency of the depression medication may be less effective. Marijuana inhibits the metabolization of antidepressant drugs. Not having the right potency of antidepressants, a person may either...

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Depression After Quitting Alcohol

Depression After Quitting Alcohol

Depression after quitting alcohol is not a simple or easy thing to deal with, but it is not uncommon and you are not alone. Taking the step to remove alcohol from your life was important and something you will be thankful for the rest of...

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I'm Lonely

I’m Lonely & Depressed

Feelings of loneliness can come around because of a multitude of reasons. You may have just moved to a new town or city where you do not know anyone. You needed to move for your job, but because you have no social connections in the...

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Signs of Depression in Women

Signs of Depression in Women

Depression isn’t easy to recognize or treat. Sufferers may not even realize they are experiencing depression. Depression can happen to women and men. However, women experience depression at almost nearly double the rate that men do. Women also suffer from different symptoms than men do,...

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Depression in Men

Depression in Men

Depression is suffered by both men and women, yet the two genders can experience it in different ways. The most common symptoms of depression are typically sadness. For depression in men, there is often a higher tendency for feelings of anger than women. Men may...

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What is Crippling Depression?

What is Crippling Depression?

Some mental health experts consider crippling depression as a synonym for major depressive disorder or clinical depression. Popular terms used to describe mental health illness do not always come from research, universities, or mental healthcare organizations. ...

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