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Getting Out of Depression Without Drugs: A Cognitive Behavioral Look at Depression


A. B. CURTISS is a board-certified cognitive behavioral therapist, a licensed marriage-family therapist, a certified hypnotist, the award-winning author of DEPRESSION IS A CHOICE, BRAINSWITCH OUT OF DEPRESSION, and the creator of ‘brainswitching’-- a system of mind exercises that works with the brain’s natural capacity for neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to rewire itself with new neural patterns in response to new thinking and new behavior.

need information on depression


i'm glad i found this site. i'm currently going through what i think is an episode of depression. i' ve had my downs but never as bad as this. i've lost my appetite and i've been sleeping more than usual. i haven't taken any medication but it's been suggested to me by friends and family. i wouldn't feel safe on medication as i've seen what it has done to people's lives. i've seen pills rob people of energy and creativity, basically the will to live.

can anyone in the community give me advice, especially those who have taken medication and what the side effects are.


Men ignore symptoms of clinical depression


How much equality is there between the sexes? In recent years women have made strides in their struggle to gain equality with men. But surprisingly in one area men are getting the short end of the stick. Today the majority of people being treated for depression are women. The majority of men, however, suffer silently from undiagnosed and untreated depression. Why the gender bias in this case? And how can wives and families recognize this problem and urge men to accept treatment?

Anxiety Depression


Panic disorders can be treated

Millions of people suffer from illnesses such as anxiety disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia, depression, bi-polar disorder (manic-depressive illness), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease.

Much progress has been made in the last decade in understanding the origin, progress and treatment of these conditions.

Uncontrolled or untreated mental illness can result in complications such as family violence, alcohol or drug abuse, suicide.

How to make others understand your pain


Q. My mother is chronically depressed. As I was growing up, she made many suicide attempts and was in and out of the hospital all the time. My dad left her, but didn't take us kids with him. My growing up was a mess. Recently an aunt was visiting. She said that before depression was in my mom's life, she was a caring and attentive mom. I wanted to kick her. She has no idea about what I went through. How can I make her understand that my mom is a selfish witch who doesn't care about anyone but herself?

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