Archive | October, 2016

DEPRESSION AMONG EXPECTANT FATHERS

While we hear a lot about anxiety and depression affecting expectant mothers and new mothers, relatively little attention is given to expectant fathers. The fact is that expectant and new fathers face a greater risk of depression than other men in the general population. Moreover, new research reveals that depression in expectant fathers can affect […]

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OVERCOMING FEELINGS OF HOPELESSNESS

While the term “nervous breakdown” is not an actual clinical condition or diagnosis, it is popularly used to describe an inability to function normally and cope with life’s demands. As a result of feeling hopeless, helpless, withdrawn, and/or panicky, those experiencing nervous breakdowns find themselves unable to work and meet other responsibilities (including caring for […]

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