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Terezia Farkas

Depression survivor. Author. Columnist. Director CDRIN LE Executive.

Terezia Farkas is an International bestselling author, Huffington Post blogger, Depression Help columnist, and CDRIN LE Executive Director. Her bestseller Heart of Love Evolution – Surviving Depression is available on Amazon. Connect with Terezia on Twitter, Facebook, and

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Don't Let Depression Stay a Secret Society

Depression forms its own secret society. We're afraid of the consequences of our bosses, co-workers, family and friends finding out about our depression on Facebook. What is the worse consequence? People finding out you are depressed or you committing suicide? All it takes is one soul among friends to speak out.
08/12/2014 03:12 EDT
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Why Farmer Suicide Rates Are the Highest of Any Occupation

Farming is a fairly isolated occupation with a small, close-knit community of co-workers and family. In the small farming community, the saying that everyone knows everything about each other is true. Going to a mental health professional or admitting you are depressed quickly becomes the news. This reduced sense of confidentiality ensures farmers don't talk about their depression.
07/21/2014 06:17 EDT

Dealing With Depression Can Help Prevent Suicide

Suicide is not something a person usually wants to sit down and chat about. The word, never mind the action, has even more stigma attached than depression. Yet suicide remains the number one threat to the self in depression. That's why talking about suicide is as important as any health issue.
05/07/2014 12:44 EDT

Five Unfair Things About The Fair Elections Act

The Fair Elections Act, when you examine all its parts, is designed to fix the next election so the ruling party who are the Conservatives win. That is not fair or democratic for 2015 or any future elections. So here are five things that are unfair about the Fair Elections Act.
04/13/2014 10:43 EDT
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How To Stay Sane When Someone You Love Is Depressed

Encourage your loved one to get professional help and be ready to go with him/her to any appointments.In recent years cognitive behaviour therapy is available via Skype. Ask if you can participate as part of a family therapy session. Be willing to adopt any changes that are suggested and make a genuine effort at making it work.
04/08/2014 06:16 EDT
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How To Love Life Even If You Have Depression

Medication is a must. No matter how much you hate or resist the idea, medication is necessary to start loving life again. Depression affects your brain chemistry and energy. Brain patterns start to change because new neural networks are being formed. You literally start to think differently about the world.
03/28/2014 06:20 EDT