Browse these resources to learn more about coping with depression.
A number of parents may experience symptoms of depression for the first time in parenthood. Discover five actions you can take to parent through depression
Everyone feels sad sometimes. But, if you are feeling sadder than usual – maybe even for no apparent reason – how do you know if you’re depressed?
Holidays are demanding, especially for a new parent. Here are a few steps to take to make this season a little bit easier for you and your family.
Ugh, the bad brain hit me pretty hard this weekend. My depression and anxiety are always present. Sometimes, they’re there like a quiet buzz, like white...
The first time I remember thinking about suicide was when I was 12 years old. I was in a travel basketball league, and the team was on a school bus...
Suicide is a topic that I speak openly about. The stigma that surrounds suicide creates difficult environment for those who need help. I’m here to show...
People who are considering suicide give signs. Learn the warning signs of suicide and what you can do to prevent suicide and save a life.
Learn about the difference between Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and fleeting mood shifts. The winter blues can be more common during shorter winter days.
Have you ever noticed that as the seasons change, so does your mental health? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a seasonal depression that comes...
Learn about common mental health concerns among veterans and how to support veterans experiencing mental health challenges.
Dreading the holidays? Learn 5 tips for managing holiday blues and what can cause these feelings during this time of year.
Dysthmia, also called persistent depressive disorder, is a mild but lasting form of depression. Learn the signs and why treating it is important.
The PHQ-9 is a clinical questionnaire (CQ) that stands for ‘Patient Health Questionnaire.’ It helps your therapist screen for symptoms of depression.