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From Milestones to Missed Moments: How Undiagnosed ADHD Can Fuel Depression

We all know that feeling of falling short. The missed deadlines, the unfinished projects, the naggingsense that we just can’t quite seem to get it together. But for those with undiagnosed ADHD(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), this feeling can become a relentless companion,whispering doubts and chipping away at self-esteem. This, in turn, can pave the way […]

How Stay-at-Home Moms Can Cope with Depression

Are you a stay-at-home and are getting into depression because of a monotonous, tiring routine? Read this blog to know how you can cope with this form of depression. Are you a stay-at-home mom? The first thing we want to say to you is; you’re doing great, momma! It’s not easy being a mom, but you’re […]

Coping If You’re Struggling to Find a New Job During Recession

Finding a new job is actually a daunting process while you are struggling to find a new source of income and second-guessing yourself for leaving the last job, it is easy to spiral into a trauma. Yet, it’s important to stay positive and keep trying. Here are some tips to help you cope if you’re […]

Why Don’t Young People Get Help for Depression?

Did you know that over 50% of youngsters (aged 18 to 24) are experiencing moderate to severe symptoms of teen depression and anxiety? However, despite the awareness, studies have shown that even today, young people are less likely to seek help for depression. This is because of the fear of judgment, the social stigma of mental illness, […]

Managing Burnout When You’re Already Depressed

Depression has become extremely common nowadays. According to the Institute of Health Matrix and Evaluation, 280 million have depression. Unfortunately, like all mental illnesses, it often goes neglected because it is not an apparent condition. By no means should depression be ignored, and with growing awareness and help available for individuals undergoing depression, it is important […]

Depression – Signs to Look Out For

Depression is a mental health disorder that affects how you feel, think and behave. It can lead to a wide range of emotional and physical problems. You may be depressed if you have felt sad or hopeless for most of the day, every day for at least two weeks. According to Intermountain Healthcare, Depression is an […]

Burnout and Depression – Are They Related?

It’s no secret that stress can take a toll on our mental and physical health. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of people who suffer from burnout – a condition characterized by long-term stress and exhaustion. Burnout can lead to anxiety and other mental health issues. But are burnout and […]

Anxiety and Depression- Is There a Difference?

It’s normal to feel anxious or depressed sometimes. But when these things go out of control, even a little bit, they become a cause of concern. Unfortunately, many of us do not give our mental health the attention it deserves.  According to the  National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), more than 40 million adults in […]