While antidepressants are often an important part of treatment, they can generally only support people in their experience of depression, rather than provide a cure. The research is quite clear that psychological therapy in combination with medication provides the best outcomes in most cases. This is an article that highlights the fact that a medication-only approach may not be enough.
Exercise is the closest things we have to a magic bullet for many ailments - depression, anxiety, and even pain management. Unfortunately, I have had to tell many of my clients who have physical jobs that they need to engage in enjoyable exercise, rather than rely on their work activities. Here is a great article that explains why.
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Self-esteem is such an important part of our daily functioning, and can have a major impact on our future.
Relationships are a funny thing. While we all kind of "know" that they're as much about our partner as they are about us, some of us seem to forget that.