Articles: Depression

Brene Brown on ‘The power of vulnerability’

Brene Brown who is a researcher of human connection, in a thought provoking talk shares some profound insight from her research:¬†we can all lead a much freer and meaningful life if we stop fighting against our vulnerabilities, if we let ourselves be worthy of others’ love and acceptance. She shares how her own journey of […]

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Depression

Depression, yes, it is real and painful. But there is hope. There is a way out. This video on Vimeo invites you to seek help and not to suffer in silence. ‘Depression’ from Alexei Awan on Vimeo.

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Depression – “You might as well live!”

“If I did not have talking therapy I would have still be in my repeating patterns”. Achieving sense of empowerment and talking therapies are essential in learning how to cope with Depression.    

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Clinical depression and electroshock therapy

“I am someone who has overcome adversity. I am someone who has drunk- drank, drunk of the bitter dregs of near-disaster in childhood, and emerged not just unscathed but strengthened.”

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Is crying a sign of strength, weakness, or is it a sign at all?

Is crying in front of your colleagues a sign of trust and close-knitted work environment, or does it make you think that the job cuts are on the horizon and your cigarette body cannot cope with it? The short polemic between Dan Hill and Ros Toynbee on the pages of Professional Managers magazine made me […]

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