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. 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.
2. Exercise and Depression
Did you know that exercise is as good for your mind as it is for your body? Get off that couch and get moving! Exercise could be the depression treatment that works for you.
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. Feel-Good Tips for Depression Sufferers
When we're depressed, we sometimes abandon the things we love. You'd be surprised at how little things can make a difference in the way you feel. Try some of these tips to make yourself feel better!
5. Bipolar Disorder
You're convinced that you're suffering from major depression, but then it suddenly seems to disappear, and you feel great. Then, you're practically suicidal again... What's going on? It could be bipolar disorder.
6. Important Mental Health Dates
There are several important dates on the 2015 calendar, including times that focus on increasing awareness, other physical health concerns, walks, national conferences and more. This article focuses on January - March 2015.
7. Experiencing In-House Treatment for Depression
A First-Person Look at The Decision To Enter A Mental Health Rehabilitation Center for Depression
8. 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.
9. Depression, Music and Color Therapy
Can music and color therapy help with depression? Research seems to indicate that certain types of music and color can be just what you need to get a little "pick me up."
10. 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!
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