Alcoholism: Abuse & Depression

Millions of individuals suffer with alcoholism to one degree or another. Some start abusing alcohol younger in life, some older in life. In many cases it’s self-diagnosed, as the individual first needs to admit a problem exists in order to heal themselves. Many claim alcoholism can’t be cured. But I’m going to argue that point… Continue reading Alcoholism: Abuse & Depression

Have You Heard Of The Hormone Called Oxytocin? Are Your Oxytocin Levels Healthy?

There’s a lot of talk about “smart” coffee and chocolate, or what we call “happy” coffee and “happy” chocolate and all the benefits of. But, the brand we carry is the only one to offer the full D.O.S.E. (promotes all four of the brains “happy” chemicals). The coffee does the D.S. and E. (which will… Continue reading Have You Heard Of The Hormone Called Oxytocin? Are Your Oxytocin Levels Healthy?

Senior Depression Is A Societal Issue

Ageing And Depressed Many seniors are depressed and nobody knows! How much attention do you pay to the older population? How much time do you spend with them? Whether they be friends, co-workers, your parents or your grandparents, or aunts and uncles? How often do you visit or call? These people could either be depressed… Continue reading Senior Depression Is A Societal Issue

Depression Knows No Age

Depression Is Real The first thing you need to understand is that depression is a very real illness. There are various forms of depression, and many times more than one coexists. Depression may also coexist with a form of anxiety. If you’ve read “I Am That I Am: The Outcast“, you know that I have… Continue reading Depression Knows No Age

The Holiday Blues

The holidays are seen as a warm, joyous time of year. Friends and family coming together, big dinners and celebrations, the exchange of gifts, and vacations. What’s not to love about the holiday season? I remember growing up, our whole family would get together. It was nice. Once on Thanksgiving and again on Christmas. Those… Continue reading The Holiday Blues

I Am That I Am: The Outcast

I Don’t “Fit In” I Feel Like An Outcast Do you struggle with thoughts of “fitting in”? Do you try your hardest to be “normal” but still feel like an outcast? If so, I’m going to take a shot in the dark and assume you either have an anxiety or depressive disorder. If you do,… Continue reading I Am That I Am: The Outcast