Community shootings, such as the events at UNC-Charlotte last week, often have long reaching ripple effects. Those who are immediately involved are hit the hardest, but their impact spreads to the entire community. Traumatic
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This peer support group is run by a facilitator trained through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. It is available to all adults (over 18) who have experienced the loss of a loved
Articles abound in parenting magazines counseling parents that so-called “baby tech” on phones and tablets have healthy developmental benefits for young children. “Best Apps for Babies,” “Amuse and Educate” – these are
Worrying, over-analyzing, obsessing, brooding. Most people with mood problems have a lot of experience with this type of thinking. Psychologists call it rumination, and it’s a habit that can get in the way of
After living with depression for many years, artist Matthew Johnstone created this touching video that explains what it is and paints a way out. Also available in book form.
We've gathered over a dozen ways to treat depression that don't involve medication. Sorry, they don't include donuts, but they do include a new diet that treats depression with an effect that rivals
Order A Card Do you know someone who is suffering from depression? Or maybe someone has supported you through that time and you’d like to say “thanks.” This is where the simplest
Why is there so much talk about ketamine? It is the first rapid-acting antidepressant, and has proven to be a powerful treatment for depression and suicidality. The problem is, ketamine has only been available
Sunlight, physical activity, and contact with nature are beneficial to the brain, and a new study brings further proof to this idea. People who spent about an hour a day in "farming" activities, from