Mindfulness and Depression
Brittany Da Silva
Brittany Da Silva
August 7, 2018
Using mindfulness exercises may help manage the symptoms of depression. Learn how you can use mindfulness for depression today.

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Accepting Criticism With Depression

Processing Feedback and Criticism Despite Depression

There is something that people with depression are very good at: accepting criticism. But criticism can have a big impact on your psychological well-being.
215 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on September 9, 2014
Accepting Compliments

Learning to Accept Compliments Despite Depression

Compliments are self-esteem builders. Depression hates them, which is why accepting compliments can be a great way to improve your mood. Learn how!
237 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on September 2, 2014
Problem-Solving

Problem-Solving

With limited time and energy, it is very important for people with depression to solve problems efficiently.
180 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on August 12, 2014
Self-Talk and Depression

Self-Talk and Depression

Many believe there is a strong connection between self-talk and depression. They think that a situation or event “makes” them feel or act the way they do.
422 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on August 6, 2014
Overcoming Depression

Setting Goals Can Help Improve Depression

Goals shape your life and give you direction; without goals, you are a rudderless boat floating wherever the current carries you.
270 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on July 28, 2014
Spouse With Depression

Importance of Spousal Support for Depression

Those with depression often isolate themselves. It is important that they receive support from their spouses, significant others, or close family members.
540 found this helpful by NewLifeOutlook Team on February 7, 2014
Infographic Depression in the Workplace

How Is Depression Handled in the Workplace?

A breakdown of the latest national survey of workplace mental health, including depression.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on January 6, 2014
Video Is Medication or Therapy More Effective for Depression?

Is Medication or Therapy More Effective for Depression?

Emory University clinical neuroscientists study brain scans in effort to find better ways to help patients recover from depression.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on January 6, 2014
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