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Miriam Slozberg

World Health Day – 6 Ways to Treat Depression

Depression affects more than 300 million people globally and the number increased by 18.4% between 2005 and 2015. According to the latest estimates by the WHO, depression is currently the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. On April 7th, WHO’s World Health Day aimed at increasing awareness around depression and how it affects […]

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Miriam Slozberg

My Thoughts on the Fat Acceptance Movement

Hollywood for decades has had a huge impact on western society by sharing the belief that if a woman is not a size 2, she is not worthy. Unfortunately this belief has led to many women experiencing self loathing, low self esteem and eating disorders. Things are slowly shifting as there are many plus size […]

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Tips for Managers on how to Handle an Employee’s Depression

You are a manager of a company, and you have noticed that your most outgoing employee suddenly becomes aloof and withdrawn. The previously decisive team leader can’t seem to make the simplest decision anymore. That easygoing coworker starts arguing with coworkers and takes offense immediately. The most dependable employee shows up late, calls in sick, […]

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Five Ways to Combat Social Media Depression

I have spoken about social media or Facebook depression in the past. In a nutshell, social media depression is when someone is feeling worthless or hopeless by following connections who appear to have a better life. That person makes the comparison between his or her life and their’s and that has a negative affect on […]

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