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Here are the top ten articles for the Depression Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Infidelity and Depression
If you've ever experienced the agonizing pain of infidelity, you know how it can affect those with depression. You know it indicates a problem, but is it also a wake-up call?
2. Did Depression Kill Michael Jackson?
Do you think that depression may have been responsible for Michael Jackson's death? Mental health lessons from the death of tormented music legend.
3. Should You Take Antidepressants When You Are Grieving?
Is it okay to take antidepressants if you have fallen into a depression after the death of a loved one?
4. 14 Mistakes Depressed People Make
Everyone who suffers from depression unwittingly contributes to it. If we think about our mistakes, we can make better choices and feel much better!
5. Simple Ways to Ease Depression
Although medication and therapy are wonderful, sound ways to treat chronic depression, there are also simple things you can practice to elevate your mood.
6. Top 5 Books on Depression
Choose from one of these well-written books on depression and learn more about this disorder before you start the new year or pass it on to a friend.
7. I Think My Dog Is Depressed
Dog behaviorists have studied and documented the fact that dogs do grieve and have feelings of sadness. Surprised?
8. Self Medicating When You're Depressed
A discussion about the urge you may have to self-medicate if you are depressed. Read to learn more...
9. Top 10 Relaxing Activities If You're Depressed
In a moment of relaxation, I sat down and compiled what I think are 10 great relaxing activities in order to relieve stress and hopefully not trigger an episode of depression.
10. Family Conflict and Depression
Does conflict cause you to dread family gatherings? For those of us who internalize things, it contributes greatly to our depression.
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