Mental Illness || Spoken Word || Depression Anxiety Anger

It’s not hard to imagine you are the last bit of Alfredo in the jar, the lone sock behind the dryer, the last thrift store hat without a buyer. A cassette in a world of MP3s. You are lonely. Left behind, isolated. The way you feel when you show up early to a date who never shows. You’re dark blue…

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ALEX – A Short Film about Depression

Alex Alex is suffering from depression that’s why she’s been acting distant it can also cause a person to have a hard time forming connections with people I’m going to write you a prescription for sertraline take one 50 milligram tablet every night with dinner now Alex if you experience trouble sleeping or have any sudden outbursts go ahead and…

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Things not to say to Depressed People | Mental Health | Depression and Mental Illness

Depression and mental illness are different for every individual. It’s not an easy journey and it is very easy to feel misunderstood and alone. We still don’t know a lot about mental illness and often handle it inadequately. We often go to people and say things like, ‘Oh, you’re depressed? Yeah, I’ve been sad too; it’s just a phase. You…

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The 10 Lies About Depression You Believed Were True

10 Lies You Believed About Depression Lie #1 – It’s All in Your Head Depression is a very serious mental illness that is the cause of thousands of people taking their own life’s, those who believe that it is “all in your head” cannot be more wrong. The general public see’s Depression as a faze or something as simple as…

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The Faces of Depression (full film)1959 Psychiatric Interviews

that drawing was done by hans baldung grien in the 16th century and it is still a good guide to the diagnosis of depression the turned down corners of the mouth, the typical triangular verrigut fold over the eye, the furled brow the, hurt look depression is an emotion as old as mankind- perhaps this is the reason why we…

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Part 4: What Every Parent Should Know About Depression and Suicide (have THAT talk)

Hello, my name is Michelle and I work for Youth Services Bureau. This is part four of a four-part series on, ‘Have That Talk’. Teenage depression actually happens more than we think. Experts say that one in five teens will access services unlike adults who can ask for help, so this is why it’s important as a parent of a…

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