“It’s like I’m either the tortoise stuck in the mud, or the hare on steroids. Nobody wins,” said Martin, who is diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Published January 28 2012
Some theories explaining the cause of depression are written-up in the media more than others. What are some of the others? Published January 20 2012
We’ve grown accustomed to war, as if that is the way things have to be. Are we really that tied to our “I’m right and you’re wrong” way of doing business? Published January 14 2012
Misperceptions about depression prevent people who need help from seeking help. Published January 13 2012
Can you sincerely have faith in someone when you think they have screwed-up their life? Published January 5 2012
Jacqueline Marshall is a writer for Help For Depression, and freelances primarily in the areas of psychology and personal development. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology and is a licensed therapist living near Chicago.
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