signs of depression

Wellness
“25 Things People Said That Were Actually Code for ’I’m Depressed’” was originally published on The Mighty. By Haley Quinn
Healthy Living
From the weather to your lifestyle habits.
Science
Well, it's likely that this attention bias indicates a heightened sensitivity to criticism and conflict, which is often a
OWN
You're suddenly a slowpoke. You got a full night's sleep, you're not PMS'ing, your boss isn't being worse than usual, and
Parenting
Suicide is neither contagious nor incited by conversation. Just as we teach our children to look both ways before they cross the street or to brush their teeth before bedtime, we need to arm them with the truth about depression and suicide.
Wellness
Until we open up the conversation about treating mental illness and take away the shame that comes with it, to many suicide will still seem like the only way out of the pain that they are enduring.
Parenting
Until recently, doctors didn't even think a woman could get depressed during pregnancy, because they believed antenatal hormones protected against it. The fact is, as many as 70% of women will experience symptoms of depression during pregnancy.
Style & Beauty
After the birth of my son, I wore one of three t-shirts. Ironically, it was a faded and loose "Life is Good" t-shirt. Looking at the words "Life is Good" on my t-shirt was like a daily reminder (or guilt trip, depending on the state of mind). I was suffering with postpartum depression, and the sight of myself in the mirror threatened my already fragile state.
Mydaily
After the birth of my son, I wore one of three t-shirts. Ironically, it was a faded and loose "Life is Good" t-shirt. Looking at the words "Life is Good" on my t-shirt was like a daily reminder (or guilt trip, depending on the state of mind). I was suffering with postpartum depression, and the sight of myself in the mirror threatened my already fragile state.
Wellness
Depression is a different type of beast, a "black dog," as Winston Churchill often used when describing his own signs and symptoms. How do you know if you're depressed and not just sad?
Wellness
Family doctors and other primary care physicians are often the first health professionals to learn that a patient is depressed