August 2011 Monthly Bulletin Depression: More than just the blues

Depression: More than just the blues

Everybody has their share of sad days. Depression is when sad days turn into sad weeks or months. And it can affect all aspects of one’s life. Fortunately, there are many effective treatments and encouraging new therapies for depression. Read this month’s newsletter to learn more.

In This Edition
Is it depression?
Caregiver’s critical statistics
The age of depression
Are you having a sinking spell?

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Beyond the blues: Understanding and coping with depression

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August 16th @ 1PM ET

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Kick the Habit Responses

Crossword Puzzle
The responses we received were centered around breaking the habit of smoking. The consensus seemed to be that habits can truly be hard to break – but the results are more than worth it!

Click here to read a few of the responses and pick up a few tips for kicking the habit!

Knowing when to get help

Is it depression?

How do you know if you’re depressed? Depression can be a byproduct of stress and anxiety. And it can also occur without apparent reason. More...

En Español

Worklife Balance

Caregiver’s critical statistics

The stress of caregiving puts caregivers at increased risk for burnout and health problems, including depression. More...

En Español

Mind Matters

The age of depression

Anyone, at any age can suffer from clinical depression. Depression is seen in children, teens, adults and elders – but can be hard to identify. More...

En Español

Telling the difference

Are you having a sinking spell?

There are many ways to describe feeling low. What is the difference between "a sinking spell" and a true depression? More...

En Español













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