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There are more than 19 million adults in the United States living with depression and many more people could be suffering.
It is important to recognize the symptoms of depression and get the resources you need to get help for you or your Soldier.
It is activity that pulls one from the vortex of depression and back into the mainstream of life.
Depression impacts active-duty service members returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan at a high rate.
Depression is an illness, and it's a very common one. Here's four major symptoms you should look out for.
When so many good people are trying so hard to prevent suicide among our military members, why do the numbers continue to...
Floating gives you a unique opportunity to self-reflect and gain perspective, It has been shown to reduce symptoms of PTSD
It started with a call from the school. They reported "aggressive behavior towards another child."
Learn more about the Department of Veterans Affairs Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment and outreach programs.
With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it can be hard to know when your partner is struggling.
Family members of people with PTSD can suffer from secondary stress and experience some of the same debilitating effects.
PTSD Frequently Asked Questions