Do you have the “baby blues”? Or might it be a more serious problem, postpartum depression? Help is available, even if you can’t get out.
One of the most distressing situations for people to find themselves in is being unable to conceive a baby. The options are many, and they can feel overwhelming and frightening. Quality help is available, to help you make the right choices for yourselves, and to deal with the process.
Grief and loss are experienced throughout life. Reactions to losses of many kinds – death of a loved one included – progress through stages. There are some ways to assist that progress, or professional help may be needed.
Resilience is a desirable characteristic. The more resilient you are, the better you will handle life’s inevitable challenges.
It’s not a myth that the holidays generate feelings of loneliness and sadness for many people. If your important relationships are intact and doing well, that’s great. But what if they aren’t?
Depression can be sufficiently severe and long standing to be diagnosed as a disorder and to require professional treatment. Left untreated, the symptoms of depression adversely affect a person’s spouse or partner, family, friends, work life, and health.