Not your grandfather’s depression
My grandfather was a caricature of the stolid working-class, blue-collar, hard-scrabble miner whose parents came to this country with virtually nothing.
Sadness and Depression
Sadness is one of the cardinal negative emotions.
Therese J. Borchard is Associate Editor at Psych Central, where she regularly contributes to World of Psychology. She also writes the daily blog, Beyond Blue, on Beliefnet and blogs for Blisstree.com. Therese is the author of Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes and The Pocket Therapist: An Emotional Survival Kit. Subscribe to her Psych Central RSS feed, Beliefnet feed, or Blisstree feed. Visit her website or follow her on Twitter @thereseborchard.
Do You Have Baby Blues Or Postpartum Depression?
There are two major ways to tell the difference...
This post is one extended metaphor and may illicit a strong “yes I get it, move on” reaction. Proceed with caution.
Suicide Risk and Prevention Across Generations
Suicide ranks as the eleventh leading cause of death in the United States.
Depression During Life Transitions
It's okay to feel depressed after a big change in your life.
Is Your Kid Feeling Down In The Dumps?
Here are 5 ways to get your children talking so you can understand what's going on.
7 Depression Busters for Men
In Spring 2006 the depression of two very successful men made newspaper headlines in Maryland:
Am I depressed or just deep?
Yes. I admit it. I am a recovering angry youth.