Depression and How to Change Your Brain

Taking medication will change brain chemistry, but this is not enough. Brain chemistry alone will not bring on recovery from depression. It takes an overall approach that will harness the power of our relationships and well-being. For the rest of the article, “This One Factor Will Improve Our Recovery from Depression” click on the photo. Photo … More Depression and How to Change Your Brain

This One Factor Will Improve Our Recovery from Depression

Flourishing after an experience with major depression is more likely if you have supportive relationships. Family, friends and professional mental health supports are vital for a full and resilient recovery. And even if a person does not fully recover, meaning they may improve considerably but continue to have some symptoms, relationships will significantly improve their … More This One Factor Will Improve Our Recovery from Depression

Brain Awareness Week: Our Brains are sick, but that’s OK

In recognition of Brain Awareness Week, I am re-featuring a guest article on how Our Brains are Sick, but that is Okay. Click on the photo above to read more of Talk of the Taylor’s excellent article! This week, keep your brain healthy. Get outside and go for a walk, talk to a friend, or … More Brain Awareness Week: Our Brains are sick, but that’s OK