How to Prevent a Depression Spiral While Quarantined
Try these tips to maintain your routine, stay engaged in hobbies, and keep depression at bay while isolated at home.
Fight Off Seasonal Depression With These 7 Affordable Essentials
After having experienced seasonal affective disorder (SAD), or seasonal depression for 35 winters of my life, I’ve created a comfort kit of tools that get me through to spring. It’s a mix of products, techniques, and activities that make me feel better. Here are my top 7 free or cheap suggestions.
7 Signs to Change Your Mental Health Plan
Life can have its ups and downs. But how can you tell if it's normal — or something more?
When I’m Too Emotionally Drained to Eat, This Is My Go-To Recipe
When you’re emotionally drained, even eating can seem like a struggle. But staying nourished is important. Here’s a bagel recipe to get you over the hump.
A Therapy App Helped Me Through Postpartum Anxiety — All Without Leaving the House
Ten to 20 percent of new mothers in the US experience postpartum anxiety and birth-related PTSD. Yet during the first six weeks after birth — often the most trying time — new moms are left to navigate their health on their own. Therapy apps may be a convenient and affordable option for new parents who need support.
9 Helpful Tips When Working from Home Triggers Your Depression
While depression and self-isolating can feel lonely, you’re not alone.
7 Physical Symptoms That Prove Depression Is Not Just ‘In Your Head’
Depression hurts. And while we often pair this mental illness with emotional pain like sadness, crying, and feelings of hopelessness, research shows that depression is linked to physical pain, too. Here are eight physical symptoms of depression.