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  1. New Year’s Blues

    Does this depressing conversation sound like the one you have with yourself sometime between Thanksgiving and New Year's, year after year? "I didn't take off that 15 pounds." "I didn’t make as much money as I said I would." "I didn't get that promotion or switch jobs." "I'm hopeless." While some peo

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  2. Winter Babies and Postpartum Depression

    As many as three out of every four women will experience the short-term mood swings known as the "baby blues" after their baby is born. But nearly 12% experience more serious and longer-lasting postpartum depression. How can you tell the difference between the normal mood changes that will abate, an

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  3. Fending Off Depression Symptoms in Winter

    While some people look forward to the brisk days of fall and winter, anticipating family dinners and cozy nights by the fire, others dread the cooler temperatures and shorter days. If history repeats, they know that the winter season will bring, like clockwork, worsening symptoms of depression. Up t

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  4. Foods That Boost Mood and Fight Holiday Weight Gain

    Neither stress nor holiday weight gain need ruin your holidays this year. Here are tips about eating habits and foods that can boost your mood when a stressful situation strikes. You’ll feel calmer – and be trimmer -- throughout the holiday season. The best way to cope with holiday stress and obliga

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  5. Could Your Child Be Depressed?

    By Jeannette Moninger It's more than just the blues: Clinical depression among kids is on the rise. Here's how to tell if your child is suffering, and how to get help. At first, Andrea Carpenter* blamed preadolescent hormones for her 10-year-old daughter's moodiness. "Allie was extremely irritable a

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  6. Forgive and forget

    Christians view forgiveness as an offshoot of love -- a gift given freely to those who have hurt you. Forgiveness, however, may bring enormous benefits to the person who gives that gift, according to recent research. If you can bring yourself to forgive and forget, you are likely to enjoy lower bloo

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  7. Bipolar Romantic Relationships: Dating and Marriage

    Navigating any romantic relationship -- whether it's dating or marriage -- can be a tricky endeavor. Add bipolar disorder with its roller-coaster ride of emotions into the mix, and relationships become even more challenging. When Jim McNulty, 58, of Burrillville, Rhode Island, got married in the 197

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  8. Why Multitasking Isn’t Efficient

    Kris Oser, 37, of Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y., is an email fiend. A single mother and director of communications for a market research company, she has to be immediately accessible to executives and the news media. That means Oser is often on the phone and messaging several people at the same time -- a

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  9. The Truman Show Delusion: Real or Imagined?

    Two doctor/brothers, Joel and Ian Gold, have identified symptoms of a mental illness unique to our times: the Truman Show delusion, named for the 1998 movie that starred Jim Carrey as a suburbanite whose movements were filmed 24/7 and broadcast to the world. The two say a handful of individuals are

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  10. 8 Myths About Bipolar Disorder

    Because of increased awareness and diagnosis, more people than ever before have a basic understanding of bipolar disorder, the condition formally known as manic depression. Yet myths persist about this mental disorder that causes mood shifts from depression to mania and affects a person's energy and

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