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It is our desire to provide the community with insight, encouragement, and positive messages through as many avenues of communication as possible. To further our efforts in staying connected with you, we have brought back our blog in hopes that it will be updated on a regular basis and truly provide help to those who read it. Feel free to visit and share these postings with others. We welcome you to submit a topic request to LCorkern@findingsolace.life. Enjoy!

Finding My Voice Amidst Bullying

I have been doing a lot of reading and learning about vulnerability, strength, self-reliance, and inner truth. I have seen so many of my peers, and even daring ...
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What Should I Do If I Think I Am Depressed?

If you think that you are personally dealing with depression or a reduction in positive mood state, start by talking to someone. Keeping it hidden or a secret w...
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What Should I Do If I Think Someone Is Depressed?

There are some clear ways to help someone that you think maybe dealing with depression. At the same time, there are detrimental things that we often unknowingly...
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Myths and Facts about Depression

The following are some myths and facts about depression: MYTH: Clinical depression is a character flaw, a sign of personal weakness. FACT: The person with clini...
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The Look of Depression- Seniors

Depression in later life frequently coexists with other medical illnesses and disabilities. Also, advancing age is often accompanied by loss of key social suppo...
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The Look of Depression- Adolescents/Teens

It is estimated that depression affects as many as one in every 33 children and 1 in 8 adolescents. Factors contributing to depression in teens include high-str...
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The Look of Depression- Men

This is one of the easiest and hardest groups of people to see the behaviors of depression. Men are raised to be strong, virile, leaders, who are providers. We ...
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The Look of Depression- Women

Depression occurs twice as frequently in women as in men. Research is unclear if women are actually more likely to get depressed than men, or if they are more l...
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I Think Someone I Love is Dealing with Depression, What Should I Look For?

Now that we have spent all this time with the technical side of depression, we are going to dive into what depression looks like for different people and age gr...
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Causes of Depression

Family history – Clinical depression tends to run in families. From 20 – 25% of those who suffer from clinical depression have a relative with a mood disord...
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