The holidays are coming up, and for many people they’re likely to be very different this year from usual. Experiencing sadness or disappointment around the holidays is normal even among the best circumstances, and we're far from those. On this episode, Forrest and I explore how to work with this year's natural feelings of sadness and disappointment.
On this week’s episode, Dr. Laurie Santos joins Forrest and me to share what science says about how we can maintain our well-being during this difficult time.
We explore both the direct stress and trauma that people in helping roles might naturally be feeling these days, as well as compassion fatigue.
Dr. Alex Korb joins us to explore the relationship between depression and the brain, including practical tools for intervening during a depressive episode.
This episode explores some tools and strategies that people with bipoloar disorder can use to help themselves or their loved ones manage symptoms.
On this episode we focus on a subset of the depressed mood states including bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depressive.
In this second part on depression and depressed mood, we turn our focus onto some of the tactics and strategies people can use, both in their own mind and out in the world, to help manage a depressed mood.
Today's episode explores what depression is, where it comes from, and how it differs from sadness.
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