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Let's Talk About Depression
Sure, everybody feels sad or blue now and then. But if you're sad most of the time, and it's giving you problems with your grades or attendance at school your relationships with your family and friends alcohol, drugs, or sex controlling your behavior in other ways the problem may be DEPRESSION. ... Should Teens Sleep In? New Choices in School Starting Times
For many adults, sleep is treated more as a luxury than a necessity. Having to negotiate between homework, part-time jobs, sports and extracurricular activities, and household chores gets many K-12 students into this same lifestyle. With all of these responsibilities to manage, some young people... Adoption Support & Preservation
Post-adoption support is critical to achieving the goal of finding permanent, stable, loving families for children, as well as maintaining those families who have already adopted. Parents need information that will strengthen their families, and enable them to handle the challenges of adoptive... The Untold Story
This morning you will hear the inside story of Florence County School District Four v. Shannon Carter. During the past few days you have probably heard enough about it and are not really sure you want to hear from me. I will try to avoid the implications and ramifications of the case, but instead...
"Depression" in the News
Especially for women, hearing loss linked to depression
Higher rates of depression were most common among women and among the middle aged, compared to people over 70, researchers found. A few smaller studies have shown a connection between hearing loss and depression, but they were not based on nation-wide samples and the results were conflicting, Dr.... Hearing impairment associated with depression
BETHESDA, Md., March 10 (UPI) -- Hearing impairment is associated with depression among U.S. adults of all ages, especially women and adults age 70 and younger, U.S. researchers say. On Identity, Depression And Listening: Andrew Solomon Answers Your Questions
Writer Andrew Solomon on depression, identity, and listening in tough situations. Depression adds to difficulties of college
At times, Alyson Brown can
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"Depression" in the Adoption Blogs
November 16, 2013, 2:01 am
As I walked today I remembered some of the seasons of my life. I tend to introspect and let it go, but it was more of a controlled flow. In sharing my testimony today with a friend, I skimmed over one of the most life changing events in my life.
More than choosing to live... 5 years later
December 30, 2013, 3:10 pm
I am convinced that I should write a book. Do something amazing. Oh wait, I did.
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Five years ago, on a cold and snowy evening I gave birth to a son. I called him Phoenix (AP named him Jimmy). When I... Silence
October 18, 2013, 10:58 pm
I've been silent here for many months. This process, trying to adopt my relative's son because his mother cannot care for him, has been heart-wrenching for everyone involved.
The last time you heard from me, I was hopeful that Alan would leave the UK to join our family in the US before too...
"Depression" in the Adoption Forums
February 26, 2014, 5:37 pm
My husband and I adopted 3 children 12 years ago. After he saw the baby for the first time he looked at me and said " The baby is mine". She was four months old, precious, and sweet. Who would have thought this baby girl would be the reason our family would be in court for the second time in our...
February 24, 2014, 9:57 pm
Well, I had my first bought of full blown my-life-will-never-be-the-same depression on Sunday.
DH went for a motorcycle ride with some folks. The plan was for him to take M, but she decided she wanted to sleep in instead, so he went by himself. He was gone until late afternoon. It was a...
Psychiatrist VS Therapist? Differences?
February 16, 2014, 10:07 pm
My oldest has some issues. PDDNOS, ADHD, Cognitive deficits, and severe social delays.
We had a therapist (play therapy) for a while, she released both my kids in November.
I have made her an appt with a Psychiatrist. Im not sure what to expect from a Psychiatrist vs a Therapist.
Siblings, visits and Medicaid woes (long, rambling, sorry)
February 14, 2014, 8:53 pm
M has older siblings. She mentions them once in a blue moon, but never talks about them if you nwim. Their names come up occasionally. For example, she was "testing" me last night, asking me to name her birthday, where she was born, her bio parents names, her siblings' names, etc.
Stories About "Depression"
I Have Always Loved You, Son
In may of 1984 I became pregnant.I was still in high school, no job, still living at home. I knew I couldn't provide for my birth son. So, we decided to place him for adoption, so he could have a... Adoption Ontario
Hi, my name is Colette Latour. I'm looking for my brother given to adoption when he was two in Toronto. I've been looking for the past 40 years. I don't know if my brother knows he's adopted. I have... Adoptive Motherís Story
Hi, I am 38 years old, and because my husband and I couldn't have children, we adopted two beautiful children, siblings, 4 years ago. Our family was perfect ,so we thought.Our son at the time of...
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