depression
Postpartum depression – what changes happen in moms’ brains after giving birth

Postpartum depression – what changes happen in moms’ brains after giving birth

Having a baby can trigger a variety of strong emotions in women, from excitement and joy to fear and anxiety, and they may even experience various types of depression. About one in seven women may develop postpartum depression (PPD). It most commonly occurs within 6 weeks after childbirth, but symptoms can start earlier – during pregnancy – or later – up to a year after childbirth.

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Connecting and disconnecting in adolescence

Connecting and disconnecting in adolescence

Connecting is an important stake in adolescence. Being part of a group, having friends, are the milestones of the age stage, with an impact on well-being and mental health. When a teenager has difficulty making friends and prefers online, parents can encourage healthy, phone-free connection patterns.

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Burnout or emotional exhaustion

Burnout or emotional exhaustion

Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. You feel overwhelmed, emotionally exhausted, and unable to cope with constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a particular role.

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Cat therapy – myth or reality

Cat therapy – myth or reality

Studies from all over the world also support scientifically what we – intuitively – have perceived: the company of cats is a real help in everyday life, and even more so for people with disorders or conditions such as depression or anxiety. We have summarized for you in the following lines the 10 most important mental health benefits that come with furry friends:.

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Depression and its management in the family

Depression and its management in the family

What to do when a loved one is experiencing depression? What NOT to do when you want to help someone with depression? When a member of our family or a close friend suffers from depression it is challenging for everyone, but depression is treatable and emotional and social support greatly improves treatment outcomes.

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Burnout – How holidays help us avoid overwork

Burnout – How holidays help us avoid overwork

Burnout is an occupational phenomenon, defined as a conceptualized syndrome resulting from a chronic imbalance in the workplace that has not been successfully managed, arising between the demands of the job and the work resources of the person involved.

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Depression and sick leave

Depression and sick leave

If you’re dealing with depression or anxiety, you already know that you can’t stop your symptoms when you get to work. Symptoms accompany you wherever you go and it’s only natural that they should. A person who feels depressed and unmotivated is not just having a “bad day” at work.

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Teen depression

Teen depression

Teen and children depression is not a new phenomenon, but it used to be underdiagnosed and underestimated in the past. Studies show that depression in children and adolescents has become more common in the recent decades, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t there before. The wrong belief that in the past children did not suffer from depression

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10 reasons why you hesitate to go to a psychologist

10 reasons why you hesitate to go to a psychologist

Often the people who need to talk to a psychologist are the ones who most hesitate to do so, and the main reasons are often related to stigma and myths about therapy. The lack of contact with what psychotherapy actually means and the impact that movies or the internet have on us are often the cause for some of the preconceived ideas. However, it is important to learn the truth behind these reasons and myths.

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