Monthly Archives: February 2014

10 Ways to Show Love to Someone with Depression

10 Ways to Show Love to Someone with Depression Do You Love Someone With Depression? If you have a partner or are close to someone who struggles with depression, you may not always know how to show them you love them. One … Continue reading

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New York bishops urge ‘love, respect’ for people with mental illness

New York bishops urge ‘love, respect’ for people with mental illness The Catholic bishops of New York urged compassion and acceptance for people suffering from mental illness in a new pastoral statement, and the state Catholic conference, their public policy … Continue reading

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Mental illness on the screen under scrutiny

Mental illness on the screen under scrutiny Historically, the way mental illness has been portrayed on the big screen and on television did little to help remove stigma. But cinematic depictions of the mentally ill as hopeless figures of fear, … Continue reading

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Hogewey “Dementia Village” | The Future of Dementia Care?

Hogewey “Dementia Village” | The Future of Dementia Care? Hogewey, located in the Netherlands, is the only care facility of it’s kind in the world and is home to over 150 people with severe dementia.  Started by 2 nurses who … Continue reading

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Howie Mandel: ‘We don’t take care of our mental health’

Howie Mandel: ‘We don’t take care of our mental health’ Howie Mandel endured ridicule from other kids as a child because when his shoelaces came undone, he would limp around without tying them. He didn’t want to handle the laces … Continue reading

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