Depression Blog Guest Writers
He is an Ambassador and speaker for Beyondblue, the major outreach organization for depression and anxiety in Australia. He also manages Queensland Mental Health. As a depression blogger, Ian wants to eliminate the stigma around mental health. We are very pleased to have him join our Guest Bloggers.
With a PhD in neuroscience, Dr. Zhang enjoys writing about human nature and the mind. She brings to the Network a wealth of knowledge about how the brain works. She maintains several key leadership roles here at The Network.
Heather takes us deep into her own life experiences. She contributes regularly to the blog Bigger than my Body. We are very pleased to have her as the newest Guest Blogger for The Network.
Tiffany Leung is the founder of Corimus Counseling in Hong Kong. She has a gift for discussing the philosophical nature of mental health. She is a talented writer on counseling, inspirational thinking and life empowerment. We are very pleased to have her as a Guest Blogger for The Network.
Mohiuddin Ahmed Ph.D.
Dr. Ahmed pioneered a model of psychotherapy called Mind Stimulation Therapy. He is the creator of the psychology portal Psychologymentalhealth. We are very pleased to have him as a Guest Blogger for The Network.
Sakshi Raina is a perfectly imperfect person who is comfortable in her own skin. An engineer in progress, writing is her escape from reality. She is in love with books, coffee and you would generally find her spending time in nature. She blogs at Capturing Sunshine and rants on Twitter. We are very pleased she is a Guest Blogger for The Network.
Scott Brand works in the outreach department of Inspirations for Youth, one the nation’s leading Teen Adolescent Addiction Treatment Centers. He spends his time talking to the teens about their inspirational stories of recovery. He also performs the same duties for the Cove Center of Recovery, the adult treatment center counterpart. We are very pleased to have him as a Guest Blogger for The Network.
Zsanett Turbuk resides in Manchester, England. She enjoys her family and hobbies, and is a depression survivor.
She hopes to inspire others through her personal stories of joy, sadness, and lessons learned. We are very pleased to have her as a Guest Blogger for The Network.
Rain Gill is just a “normal” girl living with Depression. Rain shares her experiences with the world in the hopes of educating, normalizing, reducing isolation, and challenging stigma. Check out Rain’s Blog, Depression Ever After We are very pleased to have her as a Guest Blogger for The Network.
Depression Blog – Timely Cutting-Edge Writers
This depression blog looks at various topics that stimulate the mind and enhance our understanding of life in general. We discuss everything from depression treatment, current news, art and books, foods that boost mood, and interesting facts and opinions related to depression. The depression blog is really all about giving you the best blogging experience about depression possible. We are interested in featuring guest bloggers who have a gift for writing and who come from a place of experience. The Depression Health Network depends on the talents of others, and we are opening the door to guest writers. The best inspiration is from real and honest people like you sharing your thoughts with others. The opinions and ideas expressed in this depression blog represent the ideas of its authors and writers, and do not represent the ideas or opinions of the Depression Health Network or DepressionHealth.net. Our depression blog is designed for you, the audience. We hope to inspire and improve your outlook on life. If there is a topic that you would like covered, then please write to us using our Contact Form found here.
Forever Changing Dreams When I was little I wanted to be an astronaut. I was dead set on it. I dreamed of seeing the stars glowing as if they were light shining thru miniature holes poked in black construction paper. The Earth looking as it did from all the times I’d seen it on tv. …
Having A Child With Anxiety They both have the same color eyes. A pretty hazel. But panic is the only thing visible when anxiety or PTSD takes ahold. I have two children with anxiety. One is 18,so I won’t speak much about her. The other is 8. But it’s the same feeling as a parent …
Winona Ryder talks depression and anxiety stigma Winona Ryder is tired of the shame women with depression and anxiety receive. She has a lot to say. Winona Ryder is back in the spotlight thanks to her Netflix series “Stranger Things”. The Stranger Things actress recently sat down with New York Magazine to share her thoughts …
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The Sneeze of Depression, by Tracy Levine My Story, Part 2 Depression is a tricky thing to deal with. It sneaks up on you sometimes. Like a sneeze or dejá vu. I recently thought I had the world in my hands. I was 17 weeks pregnant, my daughter getting honor role, again, in her AP …
Wildlife presenter Chris Packham has opened up about lifelong depression. His struggle with mental health has twice taken him to the brink of suicide. Packham, 54, who is one of the faces of the BBC’s Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch programes, also revealed that he was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome in his 30s.
Me and My Daughter, by Tracy Levine Me and my daughter 5:30 a.m. wake up. Wow! We slept in today! Normal run to get coffees before Cassidy goes off to school. She is my 17 year old senior. She’s incredibly talented in every area academically, and even art, drama, creative writing, anything you can imagine. …
Emily Maynard Johnson talks about Depression Emily Maynard Johnson, the Bachelorette season 9 star, has released a new book called I Said Yes: My Story of Heartbreak, Redemption and True Love. In it she reveals details about her teenage years, during which she battled depression and even contemplated suicide. Maynard, 30, who announced that she …
The Mind’s Toolbox Tools to Fight Depression and Anxiety The Mind’s Toolbox, by Bonnie Bawiec. Createspace, 50 pages. Buy the book by clicking here. Occasionally, a book on depression and anxiety comes around that is different from the usual dry books on these topics. This is one of those outstanding books that guide us into …
Need for Depression Screening The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends that pregnant women and new mothers need more attention when it comes to screening for depression. That came as part of the panel’s recommendation that all adults should be screened, in a situation where they can be provided treatment or get a referral if …