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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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15 Fun and Playful Ways to Practice Self-Care

Caring for a loved one living with a mental health condition is no easy task….

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Social Self-Care Ideas to Prevent Feeling Isolated

Prioritizing self-care is essential for maintaining our overall health and wellness. But as a caregiver…

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12 Self-Care Tips for Nurturing Your Body

As a caregiver to your loved one, taking care of your own needs can sometimes…

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4 Pieces of Advice for Parents of Suicidal Teens

Child psychiatrists Nancy Rappaport, MD, and Meredith Gansner, MD, recently co-authored an article entitled “More…

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Easy Self-Care Mini Moments for People Taking Care of Others

If you are the caregiver of a loved one living with a mental health condition,…

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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 Our Genes Can Help Determine Depression Treatment

From January 25-29, we are exploring how genes can help determine depression treatment with our…

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Why You Deserve Shared Decision Making

John W. Williams Jr., M.D.Professor of Medicine and PsychiatryDuke University School of Medicine As a…

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Finding a New Life After Postpartum Depression: LaTonya’s Family Story

LaTonya shortly after giving birth to baby Darrin LaTonya was induced at 39 weeks. “Once…

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Reduce Suicide Risk by Increasing Social Supports During COVID and Beyond

This article focuses on the topic of suicide prevention. If you or someone you know…

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