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Monthly Archives: November 2013



Families and the Holidays

One of the most stressful times for many people during the holiday season is family get-togethers.  This is true whether one is suffering from depression or not.  Families come with all sorts of members who have many different personalities and quirks. Often it is a time for seeing people you have not seen in a long time and with whom you may feel you no longer have very much in common.   Some of them you[…]

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‘Tis the season for stress

          The holiday season is a joyful time for many people, but also a time that brings an enormous amount of stress for some, especially those with depression.  Stress is an emotionally and physically disturbing condition you may have in response to certain life events.  In this case it includes the change in daily routine and overload of responsibilities that are common during the holidays. Holiday stress begins with a “should”[…]

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Do you feel scattered during the day?

Ever feel as though your brain is scattered? That you cannot keep track of the things you have to do or remember? What about missing deadlines at work or school, your children’s projects, or doctor’s appointments?  Ever read a paragraph and then forget what it is that you just read, or get lost in the middle of a conversation? These things are not unusual when you are in the midst of an episode of major[…]

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