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While the core symptoms of depression remain similar across one’s lifetime, teens experience depression differently than young adults might. This is related to different responsibilities, and concepts about the future. Young adults have often developed a greater emotional vocabulary, which can make it easier for them to identify signs that they might be depressed, but […]

One of the challenges of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is that it is difficult to avoid the inevitable changes in season that trigger its symptoms. Over 10 million Americans struggle with symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder, even in areas with milder winters. As symptoms coincide with shorter days and colder temperatures that lead to a […]

When young adults go off to college, parents try to check in frequently to see how their child is doing, but the level of support they can provide is not the same as it was when they were living at home. Depression is common among college students, with 1 in 5 students experiencing signs of […]

It is not uncommon for young adults to consciously put off doing things they don’t want to do until the last minute, even if it leads to more anxiety. Often, people who are procrastinating doing something may be aware that they are “wasting time,” but don’t really know what is stopping them from staying on […]