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Two women holding hands while learning how to support their spouse through depression.
How Can I Support My Spouse Through Their Depression?
A spouse having depression can put a strain on your marriage. It is hard to have a husband or a
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A worried woman learning how her trauma is linked with her depression.
How is Trauma Linked with Depression?
Going through tragedies such as a sudden death, sexual assault, surviving a war or terrorist attack, a shooting, a disaster,
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A depressed man looking out the window.
Building a Sense of Belonging While Depressed
Many people become depressed because they feel like they do not fit in anywhere. They can have black and white
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A man gambling.
What Are Some Behavioral Addictions?
We commonly associate addiction with dependence on drugs and alcohol, but as addicts we know that any substance or behavior
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A man and women driving in a car.
Changing Our Limiting Beliefs Around Addiction
As we’re working to heal, one of the best things we can do for ourselves is change our limiting beliefs
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A son exhibiting signs of addiction.
What Are Some Warning Signs of Addiction in Children?
Alcohol and drug use are rampant in our culture, and overusing and abusing them are popularized and glamorized every day
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A group therapy session.
How Are Our Family Members Affected by Our Addictions?
Support groups are well known for helping us cope with our addictions and mental health issues. Family members can also
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A woman being treated for depression and anxiety.
Is There Treatment for Depression and Anxiety?
If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, PLEASE call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). We most often
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Group therapy for finding Healthy Replacement Coping Skills.
Finding Healthy Replacement Coping Skills
When we start to analyze ourselves and our addictions more closely, we’re able to gain more understanding around what purposes
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A women pondering by a pond.
How Does Self-Judgment Impact Relapse?
Through our recovery work, we learn that being judgmental with ourselves and down on ourselves only makes us feel worse
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