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Category Archives: Depression

How the Teenage Brain Works

Teenagers usually engage in risky behaviors like taking drugs, going out late at night, or drinking alcohol. They are known … Continue reading

The Places Where You Can Find Yourself

Have you ever felt like you’re totally lost? Sometimes, you look up at the night sky and wonder if you … Continue reading

The “Who Saves You from Yourself?” Question

We all come to a point where we ask ourselves, “Who can save me from my own self?” We could … Continue reading

Self-Harm: It’s a Silent Cry for Help, Not a Publicity Stunt

For many people, cutting oneself is just acting out. It’s seeking attention. Others would say you’re only doing self-harm so … Continue reading

5 Ways to Convince Teenage Child to Undergo Depression Therapy

Has your child been acting different lately? Maybe you have noticed some changes in their routine and overall temperament. All … Continue reading

What Can You Do to Overcome Depression?

Depression is something that can sap your energy, your motivation, and your very will to live. It can feel like … Continue reading

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