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When news breaks that you and your partner are pregnant for the first time, what changes are you experincing when it comes to your relationship? How has communication changed with you and your partner during pregnancy? What do you do to keep your relationship strong. Join me as I share some findings about this topic and we discuss your experiences with maintaining your relationship during this time.
In the first show and second segment, I discussed the positive and negative strategies couples use to maintain a relationship and stay close during pregnancy. An example of positive behaviors to keep the relationship close is being open in a relationship. An example of negative behaviors explained in the second show is using avoidance or deception (which is not always bad) as a way to make sure the relationship is as normal as possible during pregnancy. In this third segment, I will have a female guest (who just gave birth) explain her experiences with the positive and negative ways she and her husband maintained their relationship during pregnancy and offering tips for future pregnant partners. Please join me and call in to share your feedback.
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.
In the first show, we discussed what the positive strategies pregnant couples used to maintain a relationship that makes them satisfied and committed. In this second show, we’ll focus on the dark side/negative behaviors couples use in trying to maintain the relationship during pregnancy. As I notice in some couples, partners may use these behaviors as ways to manipulate and control the other person to keep the relationship close. Join me as I share some of my observations with friends and participate in this discussion as we focus on the dark side of maintaining the relationship during pregnancy.
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.
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How does someone know if they are depressed? Are you feeling exceptionally tired, low energy, or do you have difficulty doing things or even getting out of bed? Is your ability to concentrate more difficult. Do you have a low interest in your regular hobbies and activities. Have your eating habits changed recently… or do you isolate yourself from others? These are some of the signs that you may be experiencing depression. Join us for this month’s lunch and learn to learn more about what you can do to combat depression.
Pregnancy and child birth is a major life transition that brings along joy and happiness, right? not always.
What every mother needs to know
1 in 7 mothers experience Postpartum Mood Disorder that is often not diagnosed or treated. These moms find themselves overwhelmed and stressed. They struggle emotionally with severe depression, anxiety and panic attacks or OCD; suffering alone in silence, feeling very bad about themselves, and without much help or hope.
In this interview Dr. Sadigh and his special guest Dalia Kenig, M.A.,MFT discuss the signs and symptoms of Postpartum emotional challenges and the ways to prevent worsening of the conditions. Find out what you need to doand how to get back on the path of recovery.
Dalia Kenig is a licensed psychotherapist specializing in Pregnancy and Postpartum emotional wellness. She provides free screening to any concerned woman and offers specialized counseling for women, couples and their families. She is also a member of Postpartum Support International (PSI) and advocates on Pregnancy Postpartum Emotional wellness for mothers.
Spend a evening dealing with the stigma behind depression and how you cope with it, unfortunately some take their lives, some don't realize their mood swings is because of it...however let's explore this further and find solutions and see the signs before it's too late to help or correct this medical issue.
Tonight's episode is about depression. We will discuss myths and facts about depression. We will also have special guest Racquel Williams and Eartha Watt Hicks talk about their books MEMOIR OF A SHATTERED SOUL and LOVE CHANGES.
Smokin Mirror Audio Books will be given to three lucky winners!!!!
Who would've thought that Robin Williams, one of the most funniest and wittiest men that so many adored would commit suicide because of depression. How can someone who appeared to be so happy be so DEPRESSED? This tragedy has without a doubt shaken up society by reintroducing to us all the horrifc realities of depression. What can we do about this? What signs must we look for? What preventative steps can be taken to avoid falling into what doctors are now calling a DISEASE. More importantly, where does God come into play? Join another episode of Open Treasures as we discuss the deceptions of depression and how it can affect an individual....even to the point of death.
The Robin Williams story now has a tragic ending - yet this isn't the first time we have witnessed a famous actor, comedian, or musician deal with this debilitating dissorder. Today we look at the headlines, and what is behind the headlines. An estimated one in ten adults in the US are dealing with depression; if not you, then someone you know or love.
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