Overcoming Depression and Suicide – My Biggest Battle

what up guys welcome back to the fit men cook kitchen I’m just gonna dive right into today’s video because I’ll tell you what this video has been in the works for quite some time it’s in response to a video that I did recently on my Instagram story and it was about me helping out a friend who was…

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TN CPRS: Helen Blake

My name is Helen Blake. I am a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. I had no knowledge of mental illness, and my family didn’t understand what I was struggling with. Therefore, I didn’t either. So a peer, a friend of the family who actually suffered with mental illness herself, symptoms of mental illness approached my family, and that opened our eyes.…

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Exercise as a treatment for depression via suppression of inflammation | Charles Raison

– [Charles]: The reason that depression is associated with increased inflammation is because there’s a subgroup of depressed people that have elevated inflammation, and they’re different than depressed people that don’t. This is the work of my mentor, Andy Miller, in the last five or seven years. They’ve just been world leader showing that if you take regular old, depressed…

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Soccer Ball Shocker ⚽ | Brain Games

WITH A HAND-EYE COORDINATION GAME THAT PLAYS TO YOUR BRAIN’S REFLEXIVE FUNCTION. PICTURE YOURSELF AS AN ELITE GOAL KEEPER, DEFENDING THIS GOAL FROM SHOTS THAT COULD LAND HERE, HERE, HERE, OR HERE. WHEN A BALL LIGHTS UP, THAT MEANS THAT A SHOT’S ON THE WAY, RECOVER IT WITH YOUR HAND BEFORE IT GETS AWAY. HERE WE GO. WERE YOU ABLE…

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Democrats vs Republicans – Which Brain is Better?

The world feels pretty divided currently 81% of both liberals and conservatives have unfavorable views towards those on the other side But is there actually a fundamental biological difference between liberals and conservatives on the surface? we can see some funny differences like Conservatives like meat and potatoes more while liberals tend to like trying food from other cultures more…

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What We Actually Know About The Wendigo Myth

Stories about the Wendigo have been told for centuries, echoing fears of humanity’s darkest potential. Like all of the best beasts of folklore, the Wendigo tales strike up visceral images of things we all fear. Here’s the truth behind the Wendigo. So what, you might be asking, is the Wendigo? According to legend, the Wendigo could be one of two…

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5 TIPS on ADOPTION and MENTAL HEALTH | Kati Morton, Therapist | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. Today we’re going to talk about mental health and adoption. Many of you asked for this, it’s one of those videos that was voted on my UNow live stream. If you haven’t hopped over there, I’ll put the link in the description. You should definitely check them out. But I’m going to offer five tips on ways to…

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Trump Praises Incoherent Word Salad as a “Great Job”

so I was checking out the president’s tweets yesterday and I noticed Donald Trump say quote, great job by Congressman Doug Collins of Georgia over the weekend and representing the Republican party and myself against the impeachment hoax. And I thought, what the heck? Let’s see what Trump’s talking about. If he liked it, it must be really weird and…

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4 Tips to fight Depression during the Holidays – Mental Health Help with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Hey everybody Today I want to talk with you about depression and the holidays. Why is it so tough and then what are some tips we can do to cope. So the holidays, they’re upon us, whether we’re ready or not. And for those of us who suffer from depression, this can be a particularly difficult time for us. I…

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