Crista Anne Orenda is a blogger, mother of four and sex educator. She also describes herself as a "sex pleasurist," and she was far from pleased when ...
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We can no longer afford to allow antidepressants to be our sole response to the raging depression epidemic. We must pursue a broader range of solutions.
Is there an epidemic of mental illness? That is the question posed by Marcia Angell in her two-part series in the New York Review of Books.
Drug companies and organized medicine and psychiatry must be stopped from benefiting from the creation of lifelong patients suffering from chronic medication-induced madness.
Acting on our own behalf, working in concert with physicians and therapists who value our efforts, we can overcome the helplessness and hopelessness that are the hallmarks of depression.
A growing body of research has found that when - and this is crucial - it is carried out responsibly, and kept specific, online therapy is one of the ...
British researchers have released a report that claims that antidepressants, for the most part, are ineffective.
The researchers found that compared ...
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