Posts in the ‘Depression’ Category

Adverse Childhood Events … What are they and how do they us?

Excellent article from The Noffs Team.  ACEs are responsible for more than drug abuse behaviours.  October 02, 2017  The Noffs Team  0 Comments Drug dependency and the science of ACEs Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) occur in a significant proportion of the population, with many unaware they may have an event in their past which can be classified

Stressed or Depressed – know the difference. An article by Melissa Jones

Stressed or Depressed? Know the Difference BY MELISSAJONES |© Copyright 2017 PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement Stressed or Depressed? Know the Difference Often in our daily lives, we use the terms stress and depression interchangeably as if they mean the same thing. Although they have similar symptoms, can be dealt with in almost the same manner

The Biology of Anxiety by Scott McMillin

An article from 2012 but as relevant as when it was written.  Anxiety is hugely prevalent and unfortunately is still stigmatised and often considered some kine of personal failing where the sufferer is seen as ‘unable to cope’.  Dreadfully negative language.  In fact, some level of stress is necessary to survive!  But for those in

Changing habits and triggers (not just in addiction or trauma recovery)

Resetting Your Triggers December 19, 2012 by C. Scott McMillin The trick is to find another reward to replace the one that’s no longer available. For instance, if we’re no longer going to have a cigarette with coffee after dinner, what other reward could we substitute in its place? We all have bad habits. Particularly

Suppressed grief – a refreshing take on a hidden issue, by Michelle Steinke in Huff Post

Stifled Grief: How the West Has It Wrong By Michelle E. Steinke After nearly seven years of personal experience surrounding loss, I can tell who is going to read, share and comment on this article and it’s not necessarily the audience I’ve intended. Those who have walked the horrific road of loss will shake their