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"Depression." by  Roopa Sushil | Article ID: #D005

This is an article submitted for those who are depressed in their Life. The following can be attributed to de-stress oneself:  1. Emotions are the self-poison that one intakes. So don’t be very emotional. 2. Being 100% practical always works out tremendously. 3. Never give-up what you have in anticipation of achieving something in the future... Read More  |  Read Reviews

"Depression and Procrastination: Twins In the Job Search." by Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A. | Article ID: #D006

Let me examine these two mental states. My definition of procrastination is that a person delays and delays actions that are required by a job or actions necessary to accomplish something in every day life. Depression is a mental state that "almost freezes" a person into no action at all. While procrastination can be overcome by a change of behavior and attitude...  Read More  |  Read Reviews

"Manage Depression in 5 Easy to Follow Steps." by Greg Beverly | Article ID: #D007

Being lonely or sad can be a normal part of our lives from time to time. We get sad when we fail our exams, when we're rejected by the person we love, or when someone very close to us dies. Depression, however, can be much more serious than just plain loneliness. It could lead to life-long consequences that could destroy your self-esteem, health, and well-being... Read More  Read Reviews

"Overcome Your Winter Depression." by Connie Limon | Article ID: #D008

In North America, it is estimated that 50 to 60 percent of the population is affected by winter depression. There is a broad spectrum of symptoms that arise, from a change in sleep patterns and weight gain, to overwhelming suicidal thoughts and the unfortunate results. This means about half of the people you know are depressed in the wintertime...  Read More  |  Read Reviews

 

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