Teen Cyberbullying Linked to Depression

A new review of social media studies suggests children and adolescents who reported being bullied online are at an increased risk for depression. Currently, the median percentage of children and adolescents who reported being bullied online is 23 percent, say researchers from the University of Alberta, Canada. Social media is a ubiquitous extension in the …

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What Is Social Anxiety? And 7 Ways To Cure It

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America about 15 million adults in the US suffer from social anxiety. I say that’s a total crock of shit. In my rather arrogant opinion, it’s way, way, higher. In fact, I’d go as far to say it’s at least 100 million. You may think that it’s …

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Things to Ask Yourself When Choosing a Career While Living with Depression

Many individuals that live with major depressive disorder decide to pursue a career despite their sometimes debilitating illness. If you are interested in working, you should consider several things regarding your choice in employment. In order to increase the likelihood of success, it is imperative that you choose a job that best suits you and …

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