Monthly Archives: April 2015

Listen to Your Silent Self

The┬áman sat in front of me in session, his face a wooden mask. His depression was– what words do we use for this? Strong? Profound? Agonizing? Many great writers have tried to describe it. Many have succeeded, yet their descriptions … Continue reading

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Moderate Drinking

http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2015/03/23/393651417/rethinking-alcohol-can-heavy-drinkers-learn-to-cut-back Excellent story by NPR on moderate drinking as a goal. One of the things they didn’t give a lot of space to was the definition of moderate versus heavy drinking, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Of … Continue reading

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Vitamin D quick note

Just saw a quick note on vitamin D levels and depression, thought I’d share: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/842008 Key paragraph: “I think one challenge with using it as a treatment is that, if you start someone on vitamin D, it takes quite a … Continue reading

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