Depression - Self Esteem

5 Ways to Turn Your Thinking Around

Do a 180 on a bad attitude by harnessing the power of positive self-talk.

How to Thrive Despite Your Depression

Whether you're struggling with low energy or a disconnect from loved ones, there are steps you can take to get back in the game.

How Being "Out" Affects Your Well-Being

A new study reveals how being open about your sexuality can bode well for your health.

How to Look Great in Every Photo

Put your best face forward with these seven expert-tested tips.

Are You Too Nice For Your Own Good?

Learn how to find the middle ground between being accommodating and being stepped on.

Botox for Men: 5 Reasons Men Do It

While the most popular reason men and women seek out this procedure is to look younger, there is another side to Botox. Men may use it to address excessive sweating or even to relieve an enlarged prostate. Here's why Botox is big news for men.

Common Lifestyle Drugs: The Pros and Cons

Nonmedical or non-health-related drugs have become very popular. But before you decide to try these kinds of drugs and procedures, proceed with caution.

Why You Need to Love Yourself Before Loving Others

A satisfying relationship with a special someone doesn't happen overnight. If you're looking for love, you may wonder why it's just not happening. You may find the process much easier if you learn to love yourself first.

Can Looking at Magazine Pictures Damage Your Body Image?

Flipping through magazines, you see page after page of impossibly skinny and perfect people. Many magazines use photography angles, effects, and techniques to alter what you see, but could these photos be subconsciously affecting your confidence and self-image?

10 Tips for Coping with a Lonely Valentine's Day

Since we can't really sleep the day away, here are a few tips for coping with Valentine's Day.

4 Tips for Caring for a Depressed Senior

Have you noticed changes in your aging parent or another elderly adult you care for? It may be depression. Depression in seniors is prevalent—and often overlooked.

Depression and Self-Mutilation

Several new therapeutic methods exist that are designed to help teens learn healthier ways to cope with emotional stress.

Could Your Teen Be at Risk for Gang Activity?

Current surveys indicate that approximately seven percent of teens throughout the United States admit to being gang members. Further, approximately 20 percent of teens personally know someone who has been killed or injured by gang members.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, teaches patients strategies, and provides tools, for dealing with stress and unhealthy thoughts. Unlike traditional therapy, which can last for years, CBT is generally a short-term treatment.

Health, Wellness, and Depression

Forensic psychologist Debra Warner, Psy.D., examines how you perceive yourself and the world around you can affect your overall health.

Could a B12 Deficiency Be Causing Your Depression?

If you're not getting enough B12 in your diet, your entire well-being may be paying the price.

Caffeine May Make Depression Worse

Learn more about caffeine's effect on your state of mind.

Could Your Child Be Depressed?

Learn what steps you can take when it comes to diagnosis and treatment.

Could Low Vitamin D Levels Be Causing Your Depression?

Find out how more D in your diet can help your mental health.

Can Therapy Alone Cure Depression?

Find out if simply expressing your feelings with a professional can help alleviate depression.

Can a Pet Help You Defeat Depression?

Learn how a furry (or scaly) friend can help lift your spirits.

Breathing to Relieve Depression

Some simple exercises can bring about inner peace and tranquility.

Can a Pet Help You Defeat Depression?

Learn how a furry (or scaly) friend can help lift your spirits.

Understanding Depression in Men

The disease can wear a very different face on men than it does on women.

How to Bounce Back From Embarrassment

A sense of humor and perspective can help you maintain your dignity—even in the most humiliating circumstances.

10 Easy Ways to Boost Your Confidence

Follow these tips to start improving your self-worth.

Are You Emotionally Intelligent?

An ever-growing topic among psychologists, emotional intelligence can play a significant role in your job, your relationships, and your own self-worth.

5 Ways to Boost Your Body Image

The way you view your body can affect your health. Follow these tips for an instant body-image boost.

Beating the Holiday Blues: Understanding SAD

An estimated 10 million Americans, or about 6 percent of the U.S. population, experience these feelings in their most extreme form--a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
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