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Summer Sadness: Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder

Summer Sadness: Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder

Do you find yourself going through seasonal depression during the summer months? While not nearly as common as winter depression, seasonal summer depression is a very real thing. It's called Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder. If you experience symptoms of depression each summer that ease up by fall, then you could be affected. Therapy as well as various forms of self-care...[ read more ]

Recent Bipolar Disorder Studies and Research

Recent Bipolar Disorder Studies and Research

There's always new information coming out about mental health. In this article, we'll go over a little bit of the history of bipolar disorder. Then we'll look at some of the most recent study findings about the condition. You can learn more about bipolar depression here. Are you seeking therapy for bipolar disorder? Learn more here about how therapy helps...[ read more ]

Understanding Bipolar Depression: 35 Books, Movies, and Podcasts

Understanding Bipolar Depression: Symptoms, Types, and Resources

Bipolar depression is one aspect of one type of mood disorder on the depression spectrum. There are also subtypes of bipolar disorder that include bipolar depression as a symptom. Let's go over the basics of what it is but also dig deeper into some things that you might want to know about living with bipolar depression. Scroll down for a...[ read more ]

What Is The Depression Spectrum?

What Is The Depression Spectrum?

There are different types of depression. Major depression is what you might typically think of as depression. You might also think of bipolar depression. The depression spectrum is the sort of continuum of different conditions with symptoms related to these conditions. Alternatively, we may call these mood disorders. Of course, we don't love the word "disorder" since it inherently compares...[ read more ]

9 Common Causes of Spring Depression

9 Common Causes of Spring Depression

Many people associate winter with depression. If you've heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder, you've probably associated it with winter, for example. Some people experience Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder, which occurs during the summer months. Less common, but still an issue for some people, is spring depression. This is recurring depression that people experience during the springtime months. If you have...[ read more ]

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