People may now express their personalities and share details about their life by creating their online presence on social media. One thing is apparent, though: the sharing, or “over-sharing,” of each person’s unique personal circumstances has contributed to the spread of negativity. This has led to an increase in doomscrolling. Continue reading to learn more…

If you stub your big toe, it’s obvious the injury can affect your mobility. But if you’re depressed, what’s the effect? Like other kinds of illness, depression can result in seen and unseen effects – including how your brain functions. If left alone, depression can affect your brain in unimaginable ways.

If you know someone who’s depressed, it’s sometimes difficult to know how to act or what to say to that person. You’re afraid of exacerbating the situation, but the worst thing you can do is to do nothing at all. Below are some helpful tips and best practices to help someone dealing with depression. 

Depression Sadness from time to time is just part of being a human. If your sadness goes above and beyond and transforms into hopelessness and despair, it may actually be depression. Depression deeply affects the way a person feels, thinks, behaves, and can be debilitating to your personal life.

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