Depression: recent publications

6 Tips to Prevent Recurring Depression

“There’s lots of people in this world who spend so much time watching their health that they haven’t the time to enjoy it. ” —Josh BillingsIf you are like many of us with mental health conditions, you’ve been told that you will be challenged by them throughout your life.

This is especially true if you have endured recurring depressive episodes. What happens to you when you are warned about these recurring episodes is that you become “hypervigilant,” on the constant lookout for the slightest deviation in your wellness.

 The result—you miss out on living and enjoying the periods of recovery and wellness that actually do take place in between episodes. So, how do you keep living in spite of the possibility that you might need to face the

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Depression: Readers Choice

“There’s lots of people in this world who spend so much time watching their health that they haven’t the time to enjoy it. ” —Josh BillingsIf you are like many of us with mental health conditions, you’ve been told that you will be challenged by them throughout your life.
I spent most of my adult life running away from my anxiety and depression, until I finally realized what an exhausting and pointless waste of time that was. Since embracing the reality that I am a whole but flawed person, I am healthier, happier, and calmer than I have ever been. The pressure of perfectionism and work-related stress led to a depression diagnosis in my early 20s.

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