Wonderful site with plenty of posts and ideas about how judges can lead healthier and happier lives. Go to the site
A great article from Annie McKee in The Huffington Post. She writes, “There is no such thing as work-life balance. But we keep trying to live up to that impossible standard until we lose it”. Instead, we lose ourselves to what she calls the “sacrifice syndrome” which is worse than burnout. Read the Story
In a blog from Margaret Wehrenberg, Ph.D., she writes that good memories aren’t something that we have to wait to come upon us. We can deliberately bring them up, relish them and in so doing, help heal ourselves from depression. Read the Blog.
From the blog Depression Marathon, a writer takes stock of her 11 year journey with depression. Read the Blog.
We all know and remember 60 Minutes hard-boiled reporter, Mike Wallace. Find out about his life-long struggle with depression. Read the Blog.
Depression doesn’t just “happen”. There are things that set it off. Find out what they are. Read the Blog.
Great blog and video by psychologist Elivira Aletta, Ph.D. about how remembering our healthy attachments to good people, places and things helps us deal with anxiety and depression. Read the Blog
Grateful people are found to be generally happier, with more soical connections and fewer bouts of depression. But how do we become more grateful? Read the Blog
Margaret Wehrenberg, Ph.D., writes that folks with depression must move from expectations of perfect to “good enough!” Read the Blog