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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.
Depression has become a way of life that needs to be fixed, however is depression constant? Is depression a way of life or it is a sign that tells us something needs to be looked at and addressed in our lives at this time? What does it really mean to be depressed and is that different from other things that may look like depression however they are not depression? Unraveling depression opens us the doors to healing and growing passed the ways that we think we are unraveling because of depression. Tune in and join the conversation today at 3:30 PM, PST!
Tune in this Sunday afternoon at 2pm with Blog Talk Radio's Power Talk with Apollos as Apollos leads us into a cheerful holiday season.
Depression is on the rise and nearly quadruples during the holiday season. Listen in for testimonies and prevented guidance on how to stay cheerful about life during this season and all year long.
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According to an article written by Nia Hamm, depression is a huge health concern among African Americans — particularly women — but mental health is often stigmatized in the Black community. Although it can impact people from all walks of life, cultural habits and historical experiences can cause depression to be expressed and addressed differently among Black women... Black women are among the most undertreated groups for depression in the nation, which can have serious consequences for the African-American community. Let’s talk about this…and DON’T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!
Seasonal depression is a real and serious phenonom. Many people have it and are not awaire of it. Neuropsychologist, Dr. Michelle Bengtson is my guest and she will talk about Seasonal Depressionl; the signs, symptoms and where you can get help. Call in with your questions. During Table Topics we're talking football. Call in to weigh in on "Ball Gate." I'll give you information about the 2014 Sister cirld Girlfriends Getaway Weekend and other coming events. It's The Bizzard of 15. Where You At? Call in and share with the world where you're at.
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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Tune in as Minister's Robert Hale and Taheem Wells wrap up the 3 part discussion on depression. This week we will be discussing ways to identify depression in yourself or those close to you and practical ways of handling it.
Join/listen Mr. Brett A. Scudder as he discusses the Correlation between Suicide, Depression and Domestic Abuse/violence. When we say Domestic Violence it downplays the real overall issues and impacts of the psychological and emotional aspects of domestic abuse, and so we say, Domestic Abuse which entails the physical, verbal, spiritual, financial and psychological impacts of intimate partner relationships not just on the couple but also on children and the extended family.
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Scott Cluthe talks live with the author of the new book, The Next Economic Disaster-Why It's Coming and How to Avoid It, Richard Vague
Current debates about economic crises typically focus on the role that public debt and debt-fueled public spending play in economic growth. This illuminating and provocative work shows that it is the rapid expansion of private rather than public debt that constrains growth and sparks economic calamities like the financial crisis of 2008.
Relying on the findings of a team of economists, credit expert Richard Vague argues that the Great Depression of the 1930s, the economic collapse of the past decade, and many other sharp downturns around the world were all preceded by a spike in privately held debt. Vague presents an algorithm for predicting crises and argues that China may soon face disaster. Since American debt levels have not declined significantly since 2008, Vague believes that economic growth in the United States will suffer unless banks embrace a policy of debt restructuring.
Philanthropist and former banker Richard Vague is a managing partner of Gabriel Investments and Chairman of The Governor's Woods Foundation.Vague was also co-founder and CEO of two credit card companies - First USA, which grew to be the largest Visa issuer in the industry and which was sold to Bank One in 1997, and Juniper Financial, the fastest growing credit card issuer of the past decade, which was sold to Barclays PLC in 2004.
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