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Suzanne Wasserman, director of the Gotham Center for New York City History, joins Jane to talk about New York City during the Great Depression of the 1930s. How did the Great Depression affect your NYC ancestors? What has the 1940 U.S. Census told us about their lives? Suzanne is an historian and award-winning filmaker. She has a Ph.D. in American history from New York University.
Find the Gotham Center at www.GothamCenter.org.
Depression Era photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff.
I am speaking very briefly of the topic of depression , I personally have delt with depression for several years and wanted to just touch on a few things. What are some ways of "self-expression"? What ways can you use to cope with depression ?
Does it seem like everyone around you, life is moving forward and you are at a stand still?
Lets talk about it?
From therapy to group counseling what experiences have you had positive and negative? Do you believe in therapy or is it al a big scam to you?
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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!
To Learn More About Author S. L. Young visit: WWW.SLYOUNG.COM
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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.
Millions suffer on a daily basis because of depression and anxiety. This brings on physical illnesses, financial hardships and other complications. The "Communit Marketplace" has been discussing this topic for the last three programs, with tremendous success. Many listeners have become aware of this topic and has benefited.
Join us in this program as we address this misunderstood illness. A panel of experts explore Spirtual, and natural remedies for this disease.
Been feeling down for a while? How do you know if just a temporary case of the blues or if you're in the grips of full-fledged depression?
It has been said that in the U. S. alone, 20 million people suffer from symptoms related to depression and that two out of three of these people are women. In recent years, the rate of depression in children has even skyrocketed.
What is behind this surge of emotional distress? Some say mental weakness, some say overexposure or overstimulation, some even say it's sin. No matter the proposed origin, there isn't often any hope offered to those who struggle with depression.
Today, our guest, Dr. Gary Lovejoy Ph.D., co-author of the book, Light in the Darkness: Finding Hope in the Shadow of Depression, is here to offer hope. He wants to dispel some of the myths about depression that are commonly accepted.
Tune in and join our chat! 646-716-6910 or log in to our chatroom during the LIVE broadcast!
Our guest will be Bob Reynolds, the grandson of boat builder Scott J. Matthews, who did the Great Loop in 1906. Bob provided photos and his grandfather's written account of the journey for a new documentary. Below is the info from a press release about the documentary, and a preview can be seen here: http://www.matthewsboatownersassoc.com/
"In 1890, Scott J. Matthews founded the Matthews Boat Company in Bascom, Ohio. Fifteen years later, in 1906, Matthews, designed and built a 70 foot yacht. This vessel was capable of taking himself, and family of four, plus two others, on a 9,000 mile trip.
The adventure, of almost one year, transversed the eastern half of the United States, which is now referred to as the "Great Loop". This trip was a "first" for a private yacht and its success resulted in moving the Matthews Company to Port Clinton in 1906.
This past year, in collaboration with the Maritime Museum of Sandusky, a documentary was made. It includes many of the original photos taken along the way. The narrative is based on the written account of Scott Matthews."
Depression, suicide, relapse and the Third Step are the topics for God Box Mike and dougananda for their March 21, 2015 Blogtalk Radio broadcast. Depression, cross-addictions and suicides are the ugly ugly side of recovery. Depression hammers alcoholics and addicts who slip back into their addictions and even some who despair despite being in recovery. Suicide often looks like a way out.It is hard to "turn it over" to a higher power when you've been living for years in the negativity of addiction. Let's face it, being clean and sober requires a mammoth effort to find a transformation that will bring about serenity in the face of all the problems stacked up against recovering people.
Suicide is a hot topic these days. National Public Radio reports that suicide was the third largest cause of death for people between the ages of 10 and 19. Anyone with time in recovery has known at least a few people who took their own lives, either before or after a relapse. Mike and dougananda have known a few. They as for only one thing: Please don't do it.
Tonight we will continue on the topic of overcoming depression. Depression is widespread, but has been ignored for years. Many have been victimized, and abused, because of a lack of understanding of the illness.
This illness affects all areas of one's life. Health, finanances, and relationships are severely impacted by this disease. With proper education this illness can be reversed and eradicated.
A biblical and dietary approach is also essential for healing. Listen to a pnel of experts as we look at "Depression a misunderstood illnes".
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