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Take it from Dr. Seuss, "The more you read, the more things you will know." That's especially true about mental health. Here are five books to start with.
Tough day at the job? Stress relief may be a digital game download away, says new study.
From time in the woods to deep breathing to paying it forward, learn how Mental Health Editor Therese Borchard beats depression.
Depression can be the teacher of invaluable lessons. Here are some from depression patient advocate Therese Borchard.
Mental health advocate Mike Veny offers strategies to break through the stoic wall of male emotions and get the support you need.
Depression is like a bad boss that can interfere with getting things done. Patient advocate Mike Veny shares practical tips to stay motivated and productive when depressed.
Rachel Star Withers presents a convincing case on why taking antidepressants is not a sign a weakness, but rather strength.
Trauma doesn’t always involve violence, death, or something big. Sometimes a stressful event is enough to trigger a depressive episode. Understand small trauma and how to get help.
Feeling low? Here's a creative list of 10 things to lift your spirits and escape the blahs. Suggestions include moving things around, retail therapy, and connecting with others.
Morning depression is quite common, as is "diurnal mood variations," our fluctuations in mood throughout the day. Learn about the causes of morning depression and tips on how to improve your mood upon waking.