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We all have bad days, but for some, bad days last longer than usual. If one feels too tired, slow, angry, irritable, and experiences a loss of appetite and interest in everyday activities, it could mean that something other than normal sadness is at play. It is a sign that depression has slowly started to […]

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  • What are the Signs & Symptoms of Depression?

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8 Tips for Living With Depression

Everything feels more challenging when you’re dealing with depression. Going to work, socializing with friends, or even just getting out of bed can feel like a struggle.

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6 Types of Psychotherapy for Depression

There are many different types of therapy to treat depression and other mood disorders. 

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Depression Explained

Sadness can be a difficult emotion to deal with. It can be the result of loss, helplessness, or disappointment, among many other things. 

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What is the difference between Depression, Stress and Anxiety?

In day-to-day talking with our friends or family, we tend to speak of depression, stress and anxiety as if they are interchangeable or describing the same thing. 

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What are the Signs & Symptoms of Depression?

If you think you might be depressed, you first need to understand the signs and symptoms to look out for.

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Depression

This section might be useful to you if you have depression or if you think you might have depression. It explains the causes, symptoms, and treatments of depression. 

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Depression Factsheet (for Schools)

It’s normal for students to feel sad, angry, or moody at times. But when a sad or bad mood lasts for weeks, months, or even longer — and when it affects a student’s ability to do well in school and with peers — it might be depression.

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Childhood Depression: What Parents Need to Know

It’s normal for kids to feel sad, act grouchy, or be in a bad mood at times. But when a sad or bad mood lasts for weeks or longer, and when there are other changes in a child’s behavior, it might be depression.

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What to Know About Childhood Depression

Although most people think of depression as an adult illness, children and adolescents can develop depression as well. Unfortunately, many children with depression go untreated because adults don’t recognize they’re depressed.  

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