What Seniors Need to Know About Depression Treatment | Guest Post By Kimberly Hayes

An estimated 5 percent of older Americans live with depression, yet many never get treatment for the illness. In some cases, doctors and patients mistake depression symptoms as signs of other age-related conditions. In other instances, seniors are aware of their depression but don’t pursue treatment due to social stigma. Many seniors forgo mental health […]

Struggling with Depression as a Single Parent | Guest Post By Kate Bregovic

According to global statistics, over 15% of the world’s children grow up in single-parent households and 85% of those are headed by single mothers. Now consider the fact that up to 80% of women will experience ‘baby blues’, & 1 in 7 will suffer full-blown postpartum depression. It is likely that the majority of single […]