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 I Take Antidepressants ?
If you are wondering if you should be taking antidepressants, first consider the facts.
4. Beat The Back To School Blues
Are you feeling a bit down or anxious about going back to school this year? Get some tips on how to beat those back to school blues...
5. 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!
6. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Does your depression seem to be seasonal? If so, you might be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.
7. Face Facts, Change Perspective
It is often said that a positive perspective can change even the worst circumstances, but how is that possible when you suffer from depression? Read this article and learn another simple way to change your view!
8. Natural Treatments For Depression
Do you believe that the only effective treatments for depression are prescription medications? Maybe you should think again...
9. 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.
10. Eating Your Way Through Depression
Are you eating your way through your depression? Snacking at night? Mindless picking? Learn how to work on your emotional eating.
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