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How Supporting My Sister Taught Me Self-Compassion

By Taylor Adams, MHA Programs and Operations Manager

Overcoming Depression after Laryngectomy: The Personal Experience of a Physician

By Itzhak Brook, MD, MSc, Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine

My Name is Samorn. And I have depression.

By Samorn Selim

After I had my baby, I fell into deep depression again.

Looking for support during the holidays? Check out these free resources

By Kelly Davis, MHA Director of Peer Advocacy, Supports, and Services

The holiday season can be a time of joy, community, and connection, but many people experience an increased sense of loneliness and isolation during this time of year. Whether it is in a crowded room or at home by yourself, loneliness is painful.

When Is It Depression? 5 Red Flags

By Therese J. Borchard, Senior Editor at HealthCentral

Depression is One of the Most Common Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

By Rosalind Kalb, PhD

Most people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), their support partners and their healthcare providers tend to focus their attention on the physical limitations caused by MS. After all, problems with walking, seeing or peeing are definitely attention-grabbers.

How to Recognize and Address the Signs of Depression in Your Aging Parent

By Nancy Kupka PhD, RN, Walgreens

5 Things To Do When the Holidays Aren't Exactly Uplifting

By Danielle Fritze, MHA Senior Director of Public Education & Visual Communications

For many people, the holidays conjure up a Norman Rockwell-esque mental picture of people gathered to enjoy food, friends, and family, accompanied by feelings of love, warmth, and excitement.

But for others, the holidays can cause them to feel anxious or depressed despite all the decorations and festivities.

Playing Hurt: A Narrative of Hope

By Paul Gionfriddo, MHA National President and CEO

Most of us who have watched ESPN regularly feel like we knew John Saunders.

For years, he was one of those voices in our family rooms, reporting on the sports through which we defined the seasons of our life.

Not summer, fall, winter, and spring, but baseball, football, hockey, and basketball.

3 Things I Wish I Knew About Mental Health in High School (And 1 Thing I Wish Adults Knew)

By Nadia Ghaffari, Founder of TeenzTalk.org

We all remember the challenges and difficulties of high school––even before the internet and social media! Raising a child today is hard; it doesn’t come with a manual, and often, we feel like we are winging it.

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