Depression and the real kicker

As a clinical psychologist, I often meet people with depressive symptoms, low mood or diagnosed depression.   I also meet people who, through medication or time, have beaten depression. Still, the one thing these two groups can often have in common is GUILT. Often guilty thoughts/feelings/beliefs are formed in depression more ¬ª

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How to control anger effectively

Anger Management Anger is a result of feeling frustrated, insulted, deceived or even under attack. For many, anger is a natural reaction that passes quickly. In some instances however, it can become a difficult emotion to control. Health issues linked to unresolved anger include high blood pressure, heart attack, depression, more »

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