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This one hour special will deal with the Holiday blues and the depression that can affect us for diffrent reasons.
I just had a break up and I am dont feel like celebrating.
I don't have any family or friends to celebrate with.
Everyone came for the holidays and now they are GONE!
Things just arent like they used to be.
Everyone is fighting and I cant stand it.
Why do I have to be single again this year?
Meeting the his/her family didnt go well... they hate me.
I am not ready to meet his/her family and my partner is mad at me.
Why cant we just have a perfect holiday celebration?
These questions and more for this Holiday Special
For many the holidays mean sickness, stress, depression and lots of busyness. We've got 10 tips to help you stress less.
Fall kicks off the holiday season helping us transition to the busyness that can dominate this time of the year. Fall is a time to let go and clear out the clutter and negativity.
If you find yourself dreading the whrlwind of the last quarter, then tune in with us and learn how you can make the most of fall and the holiday season.
Our passion is to help you Get Real and bridge the gap to a joy-filled passionate life with good health and vitality.
Mark and Kally Efros
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Guest Nutritionist, Vera Stevens will join Frank and Blondie Clayton in discussing how to survive the holidays without overeating, and depression. You will learn what types of activities, food or drink, that could be linked to triggering depression and how your moods maybe affected by them, etc.
You can embrace the holidays with joy, knowing that even if you yield to temptation, there is still a way out. All is not loss even during the holidays. Enjoy the holidays this year armed with tools that can help you survive the office parties, family gatherings and friend connections.
in Self Help
Children, teens and adults’ lives are being impacted daily by depression; an illness that carries a great deal of stigma no matter the gender or culture. Everyone at some point in life will experience depression. But how do you COPE in order to PREVENT Suicide?
Author and Inspirational Speaker S. L. Young delivers an intense presentation on how to “SAVE Yourself” and Live!
If you or someone you know have experienced a traumatic life event or exhibit signs of depression. This is a show that can’t be missed!
Save A Life! It’s time to unveil the TABOO.
So, Let’s Talk!
Talks with Sheba Radio Show
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 @ 10pm EST
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Feeling down or depressed from time to time happens to most people. Usually such feelings pass, and a person can improve his or her mood naturally. However, some people cannot break out of a depressed state over an extended period of time. In those cases, a person is considered to have clinical depression. However, there is much research that shows that depression is neurological, not psychological. Certain brain patterns are frequently linked to depression.
Does depression affect adults only? No. For singer and songwriter Judy Collins, depression began in her teenage years and is as vivid to her now as it was then. For Collins, her depression led to alcoholism, which damaged her vocal cords and threatened her career.
Can depression travel through families? Yes. In her particular case, Judy Collins described her depression as a family legacy. It affected her father, herself, and her son, Clark, who committed suicide in 1992. In fact, scientists are currently investigating the hereditary, genetic bases for depression.
A Thousand Moms is releasing as a e-book, The Sourcebook of Brain Science. Knowledge of the brain is essential for parents, teachers, students, the general public to make good decisions, reduce the toll of suffering of patients and families. Depression, manic depression, and schizophrenia are illnesses that originate in the brain, affect the brain, and also affect all those things most affect what we think of as human characteristics: our mood, our thinking, our behavior, our energy levels, our patterns of sleep, according to brain scientist Kay Redfield Jamison.
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The recent untimely death of actor #RobinWilliams has a lot of people asking important questions about mental health and depression. When do the ordinary "blues" of life become something more serious and challenging? Are drugs or institutionalization the only answers? Is it possible for a person to overcome crippling depression and lead a normal, fulfilling life?
Dr. Richard O’Connor, a psychotherapist, author, and expert on the subject of preventing and treating depression joined Teresa recently to answer some of these questions and discuss his latest book: undoing Depression.,”
Dr. Connor's life mission is helping people better understand the causes of depression and how to help themselves or someone they know break free from it.
What is Depression?
What are the causes and effects?
How does it manifest itself?
What are the early signs of depression?
Does depression mean suicide?
What does it mean to be clinically depressed?
Do kids get depressed?
How do you fix depression?
What help is out there?
Is it possible to cover up depression?
Should I tell my Partner about it?
All of these and much more will be discussed on TONIGHT's Episode of LOVE IN THE HOUSE at 9PM UK/GMT.
***Remember the show is designed with you in mind, please share with friends and family. Thanks***
in Self Help
Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey, discuss how prevalent depression is in our country and how it is spreading like a virus. Did you know that nearly 1 in 10 people at some point in their lives will have suffered from depression? Nobody asks for or wants depression in their lives. It can’t just be brushed off or explained away. Depression is a sense of emotional sadness and hopelessness. It’s also quite insidious in nature entrapping our bodies and causing all types of physical ailments some debilitating us and even eventually killing us through a variety of diseases and illnesses. People with depression can’t just wake up one day and say, “I’m done, no more depression for me!” On the contrary, it’s hard to even take one step out of bed. One might ask, “Why am I depressed?” “Everything seems great in my life.” Join us to explore the reasons why so many people suffer from depression, the warning signs of depression and the latest treatments for this widespread infliction.
Adult learners, employees, and veterans ask Dr Applewhite about whether depression is a serious disability? Our students, including those who are Veterans ask: Are suicide prevention programs working? How do you know if you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts? These are the questions many adult students, including Student Veterans, are asking as they witness more reports of depression and suicide attempts on college campuses. In consideration, that over 70% of college students are categorized as adult or non-traditional students, there is concern that education and awareness is not very accessible to this group. Dr. Danita Applewhite and guests question whether the type of suicide prevention information available is addressing how stress, depression, disability can lead to suicide. In addition, many adult learners are completing online classes and degrees while managing the responsibility of a family, pressures at work, and physical and emotional challenges. Obviously, they need as much or even more support than the average student, especially Student Veterans adjusting to civilian life. Join our Special Guests Melinda Vail, Intuitive Therapist and Steve Schiro, Educator as they share information on the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention "Out of the Darkness Walks". Would you please send your donation of at least $10 or more to continue our radio broadcasts, and help our students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit www.whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on Radio to listen to episodes of the Student2Teacher ™ radio show any day of the week.
In this very special Sister Radio episode we're introducing our first of many Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Awareness shows with our topic "Deep Thinkers and Depression."
After the loss of Robin Williams and learning about how depression is the #1 disability worldwide, Sister Radio knew it was time to use this platform as a voice and dialogue for this critical issue.
Tune-In as we open up about personal struggles with depression, the journey of de-stigmatizing depression, and how being a deep thinker is both beautiful and painful. And of course, we'll be bringing the love and hope too!
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