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What If I Say the Wrong Thing? Caregiver Tips for Supporting a Loved one with Depression

Communicating is hard, depression makes it harder. During our “What If I Say the Wrong…

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Breaking Through Depression: 4 Tips for Strengthening Communication with Your Teen

Khristine Heflin, LCSW-C Adolescence is often a confusing time for both our young people and…

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The Role of the Caregiver: Making the Difference for Someone with Depression

Mark Pollack, MD, chief medical officer of Myriad Neuroscience, maker of the GeneSight test, shares…

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How to Talk to Your Parents About Your Mental Health

A Post for Teens and Young Adults Talking to your parents or any adult about…

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5 Ways to Get Your Teen to Open Up About Their Mental Health

Mary Fristad, Ph.D., ABPP Many parents find it challenging to get their kids to talk…

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Stages of Change

As humans, making a change doesn’t happen all at once. We all move through several…

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Tips for Caregivers: So, it’s not the right therapist. Now what?

By Arielle Cohen, Programs Manager In recent articles, Families for Depression Awareness addressed the initial…

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COVID-19: Supporting Yourself and Your Loved One

The world looks very different than it did just a few months ago as a…

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I Didn’t Like That! Tips for Ditching Resentment While Working with Therapists

By Arielle Cohen, Families for Depression Awareness Programs Manager Have you or your loved one…

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Please Listen: A Poem

By: Leo Buscaglia When I ask you to listen to me and you start giving…

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Cultural Challenges Living with Bipolar Disorder- One Family’s Experience

Written by: Dawna M. Roberts, November 30, 2017 Growing up in a very traditional culture…

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6 Ways to Cope with School Stress for You and Your Child or Teen

By Nicola Smith, October 26, 2017 Now that the rush of back to school season…

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