“I am depressed, but I will be feeling better soon.” The first step is always the hardest, but only reaching out will help you recover from depression.
Postpartum depression (PPD) is a serious mood disorder. Early identification and treatment are critical to reducing the impact on both mother and baby.
Knowing something about the physical, mental, or functional signs of depression makes it easier to recognize when someone in your life may need help.
Feeling sad: when is it a sign of depression? If the feeling of emptiness does not eventually fade away, you could be suffering from depression.
Seasonal depression is a disorder experienced by people during the late winters or early fall. Find out how it can be diagnosed, its symptoms and treatment.
Postpartum psychosis can twist the unconditional love of a mother into murder, and along with maternal suicide, it is considered a medical emergency.
This article covers some of the vital facts about depression mania and hypomania. It’s also valuable information if you’re worried that someone in your life has a mood disorder.