Did you know that depression is a normal psychological mood state?Yep. And we will all experience it at different times in our lives.It doesn’t always involve an emotional crisis. The “disease” that some people struggle with is actually called “Major Depressive Disorder” (MDD) and is different from the normal day-to-day ups and downs that many
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A lot of people feel that stress is “inevitable” – we all experience it, it is all around us, and there is no way to avoid it. While our exposure to stressful events might be somewhat out of our control and “guaranteed” these days, our response to stress is very much under our control. I
Here is the webinar recording from the “Gut Stress” webinar that we did with the Certified Mental Wellness Coaches (CMWCs) – and the article with all the details. The audio transcript is pasted below so you can follow along with the discussion. 00:00:01.800 –> 00:00:17.629Dr. Shawn Talbott: Alright. There we get the recording going. Hey?
We’ve known for a long time that mental stress is linked to gut problems and flare-ups of GI conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A new study (January 23, 2024) provides some additional details about the precise biochemical changes that stress causes in the gut – and suggests some clues to reducing gut stress at the
Support me as I challenge myself to raise awareness and educate teens about depression. https://secure.qgiv.com/event/2024teamresilience/account/1606759/ Erika’s Lighthouse is determined to make sure no young person feels alone in their depression. We are dedicated to creating a community of empathy and education. We create middle school and high school teen depression awareness programs so educators and teens
Today is January 17 – the “middle” of January – and “approximately” the day that most people decide to throw in the towel on their New Years Resolutions. The good news is that the gym will be less crowded next week. The bad news is that a lot of those “quitters” (which I say tongue-in-cheek)
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