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What Do U Thank I Should Handle a Death in a Family?

Question by Cece H: what do u thank i should handle a death in a family?

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Answer by Shan
Go to http://www.mind.org.uk/ and type “grief” in the taskbar, and enter. Call: The Grief Recovery Institute (U.S.A.) 1-800-445-4808, or Hospice (phone book). Email jo@samaritans.org Chatrooms and forums: http://www.chatmag.com/topics/health/grief.html and http://talkingminds.15.forumer.com/ and http://messageboards.ivillage.com/ Other websites: http://www.griefnet.org/ and http://www.helpguide.org/ (coping, supporting others, loss of relationship, or pet) and http://www.mental-health-abc.com/ and http://www.boblivingstone.com/?q=node30 and http://www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk/ Understand that there are often several stages of grief.

The stages are:

Denial: The initial stage: “It can’t be happening.”
Anger: “Why ME? It’s not fair?!” (either referring to God, oneself, or anybody perceived, rightly or wrongly, as “responsible”)
Bargaining: “Just let me live to see my son graduate.”
Depression: “I’m so sad, why bother with anything?”
Acceptance: “It’s going to be OK.”
Kübler-Ross originally applied these stages to any form of catastrophic personal loss (job, income, freedom). This also includes the death of a loved one and divorce. Kübler-Ross also claimed these steps do not necessarily come in order, nor are they all experienced by all patients, though she stated a person will always experience at least two.

Treating Depression Without Drugs


 

Treating Depression Without Drugs – BlazerCast for June 29, 2010: UAB is the first medical provider in the state to offer a new, cutting-edge treatment for depression. Repetitive Transcranial M…

 

Letters: Positive thoughts on depression treatment

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Recently, Richard Friedman wrote a New York Times article regarding the value of Botox in treating depression. One of his comments is that “if you can't frown, it may be harder to be depressed.” He goes on to suggest your facial expression transmits a …
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Brainsway sees growth in depression treatment, looks to new areas

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli medical device maker Brainsway expects strong growth following the launch of its treatment of depression and hopes to access new markets once its system finishes trials in treating a number of other diseases. Brainsway …
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Bridges to Recovery Malibu Major Depression Treatment center

 

Rob Kardashian Enters Treatment For Depression and Substance Abuse

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UPDATE: Don't bust out the balloons and hold a pity party for Rob Kardashian just yet — the star's rep denies reports that Rob is drying out in an Arizona rehab facility. A source close to the reality star tells E! Online that, rather than battling …
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Phila. Jury Sides With Defense in Broken Needle Case

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CareFusion, plaintiff Melanie DeZago went to the Eastern Regional Medical Center of Cancer Treatment Centers of America for a biopsy of a lesion on her lumbar spine. DeZago had previously been treated for breast cancer and the lesion on the spine was …
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Depression?

Question by Grace: Depression?
I think i may have depression but my dad doesnt really get why i would be depressed and is making me more sad whenever he says something about it. HOw do i get him to be more supporttive?

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Answer by Simply ? Amazing
You should get him to take you to the doctor. And while you’re there, tell them how you’re feeling. Most likely they will perscribe something to you, and talk to your dad about it so he knows you really do need help.

Good luck =]

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Understanding LGBTQ-Affirmative Psychotherapy

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Regardless of LGBTQ status, the challenges that bring people into therapy and the diagnoses they are given – major depression, PTSD, substance use disorder, and the like – are most often manifestations of early-life trauma and shame. In other words …
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Most depression patients get poor treatment

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A study conducted by the Bertelsmann Foundation social research body suggested that 56 percent of people in Germany with serious depression underwent psychotherapy or took medication – but only one or the other, not a combination. The results, reported …
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Could Mushrooms Lead to New Depression Treatments?

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Depression, Bi-Polar,Suicidal.?

Question by Jeremy: depression, bi-polar,suicidal.?
I haven’t been to any doctor to diagnose me but i know that i have all three conditions. I need to know if there is something else that i can do other than go to a doctor. my family has a psychiatrist that my sister and brother use alot, but i don’t want my parents to know i have any of these conditions. i hide it well around them and its not hard cause there are 4 children in my family and two are on medical drugs for anxiety and the other for anger. they dont have time for me and i need a suggestion.

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Answer by mike p
Hmm, well of course the doctor would be the best bet, if not try to find a blog site or something like it that talks about how to beat depression. I know that http://www.positivecancer.com talks about it a lot, and how it relates to living life, maybe that will help. Good luck.