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    Depression Depression is something nobody chooses to experience; it just happens. Depression is the feeling of being sad or not worthy. Everyone at some point in life will experience depression without being aware. Depression constantly disrupts the person’s everyday life. It tends to cause pain for the individual and those who surround him or her such as family and friends. It is very common, but at the same time, depression is critical. No person should ever ignore this illness. People today…

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    Assessment of the Disorder According to the Diagnostic Statistical Manual -V (APA, 2013, p.163), the most unique feature of Major Depressive Disorder is when a person experiences a diminished enthusiasm in a majority of activities they previously enjoyed or a depressed mood for a least two weeks. Individuals with Major Depressive Disorder tend to experience a combination of symptoms that leads to a substantial impairment in one or more areas of life which includes work and or school. The major…

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    In the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, we see many colorful characters roaming about the streets of old England. One character in the book however, was named Miss.Havisham and, although she is a fictional character, the way she is portrayed, in real life she would be diagnosed with a few mental disorders, such as, Major Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Miss.Havisham is suffering from depression. Miss.Havisham is filled…

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    depression. Your doctor may first recommend to go there therapy first before going on medication. For some people just having moral support can help them a lot. For others there is some antidepressant that can help. The most common antidepressants are, Citalopram, Escitalopram, Fluoxetine, Fluvoxamine, Paroxetine, and Sertraline.(MacGill)These medicine typically take four to six week before you well notice a change. Since everybody is different a medicine that worked on your friend may not work…

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    Depression Research Paper

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    Depression. It’s an overused term. People toss it around as if it’s a football; yet they don’t know the true meaning of it. So what is depression? First off, depression has got nothing at all to do with life. That may confuse you, but let me explain. On your life journey, there is sadness, there is pain, and there is sorrow. All of these in which their right time and season are normal. Depression is an altogether different zone because it’s an empty hole. There’s nothing there. It’s a complete…

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    The diagnostic criteria for OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) includes recurring and unwanted thoughts & urges which are hard to suppress and may cause discomfort or anxiety; this is known as obsession. Subsequently, there are compulsions, repetitive behaviors and actions performed by a person in a response to an obsession or an unrealistic belief it will prevent a horrific event or sooth anxiety. In order to meet the criteria for OCD these obsessions, compulsions, or a combination of both…

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    Abreaction by: Kimberly J. Hands are tied, twisted mercilessly. Tighter and tighter, The blood locked out, Cold locked in… (Cohen, Giller & W., 1987). Many people that experience DID become suicidal, not only because of the condition but also due to the constant scrutiny they sometimes receive from the media, family and friends (Cohen, Giller & W., 1987). In 1977, Caroline Sizemore had developed 22 personalities, but only three could exists at any given time- for any other personality to…

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    Melancholia Research Paper

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    Depression, formally known as melancholia, has been around since the seventeenth century. For as long as patients have been diagnosed with depression, it has been a genuine dispute. The nine types of this disease include: major, bipolar, persistent, seasonal, psychotic, postpartum, premenstrual, situational, and atypical depression. Depression is a very common disease that affects several people throughout our world today. Sometimes it is hard to decipher if someone is depressed. The person…

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    Who Is Jeet Kune Do?

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    One fifth of America’s population suffers from some form of anxiety disorder. (Stossel 1) Doctors recommend medication such as Citalopram, Xanax, and Prozac. According to doctors interviewed in Understanding Anxiety, most doctors who diagnose an anxiety disorder don’t know exactly what anxiety is. Medication has major side effects, and typically those side effects are worse than the anxiety the medication is meant to cure. However, alternative practices for coping and curing anxiety are becoming…

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    Depression impacts people lives by having problems at home, stressing out of work, lots of money, divorces, bullying, relationships, school, dislike your body image, lots of attention, unhappy with money (rich people), social media, low self esteem, sexual abuse, or harass. Many people can’t control it because when you’re depressed it can feel like no one can’t really understand. You cry into tears and don’t know what to do anymore that’s when people think about suicide. You feel like it’s the…

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