Top Ten depression Articles

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. 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.

3. 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.

4. 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?

5. Unforgiveness and Depression
Are you holding onto pain, refusing to forgive those who have hurt you in the past? Refusing to forgive others can cause depression, but what about when you refuse to forgive yourself?

6. 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?

7. Should I Take Antidepressants ?
If you are wondering if you should be taking antidepressants, first consider the facts.

8. Can L - Tryptophan Help Your Depression ?
There just might be a reason why eating hummus, and other foods high in L-Tryptophan, makes you feel better.

9. Your Angry Dad May Be Depressed
We all have heard stories of not so great dads. Stressed out dads. Angry or even abusive fathers. Did you know that your angry dad may have been depressed this whole time?

10. Domestic Violence and Depression
It's no secret that women who are abused, as well as everyone in the household, are likely to suffer from depression. They are most at risk when leaving, so should they stay, or should they go?

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