Depression Information.....  *Focus on Atypical Depression (part of who I am, & a big part of what has molded my life since I was a child.)  ~There is a WEALTH of INFORMATION on this site! ~ANYONE facing any kind of depression will be able to find very good information here. Do NOT be afraid of speaking up if you feel you need any kind of help.  >>Being afflicted w/depression does NOT = "I am crazy"    *http://www.depression-information.org/depression-types/atypical-depression.htm#

Depression Information..... *Focus on Atypical Depression (part of who I am, & a big part of what has molded my life since I was a child.) ~There is a WEALTH of INFORMATION on this site! ~ANYONE facing any kind of depression will be able to find very good information here. Do NOT be afraid of speaking up if you feel you need any kind of help. >>Being afflicted w/depression does NOT = "I am crazy" *http://www.depression-information.org/depression-types/atypical-depression.htm#

17 things to never say to a girl with Borderline Personality Disorder

17 things to never say to a girl with Borderline Personality Disorder

What's that? No, you don't need to padlock the rabbit hutch. Cosmpolitan UK helps to explain borderline personality disorder.

Information Graphic: Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury and Depressive Disorders

Information Graphic: Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury and Depressive Disorders

Would you like to tell me again you guys know me better than I know myself. So thank you for completely ruining my life.

Would you like to tell me again you guys know me better than I know myself. So thank you for completely ruining my life.

Refuse to be silent - it's time to talk. Stigma is defined as "a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person." The stigma associated with mental illness is that it is difficult to know what to say. Practice. Yes, practice saying the truth to yourself & then it will come easier when the opportunity arises to share a bit of information about your mental illness

Refuse to be silent - it's time to talk. Stigma is defined as "a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person." The stigma associated with mental illness is that it is difficult to know what to say. Practice. Yes, practice saying the truth to yourself & then it will come easier when the opportunity arises to share a bit of information about your mental illness

Check out our website for information on how to support women suffering from postpartum depression or other perinatal mood disorders @ www.kidsinthehouse.com

Check out our website for information on how to support women suffering from postpartum depression or other perinatal mood disorders @ www.kidsinthehouse.com

For more information about #depression, see our factsheet: http://www.rethink.org/diagnosis-treatment/conditions/depression

For more information about #depression, see our factsheet: http://www.rethink.org/diagnosis-treatment/conditions/depression

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