How to Talk to Your Child About Your Depression

For a lot of single moms balance, emotional and physical support is hard to come by. Often left alone to bear all the responsibilities of parenting. As a result, contributing to the development of depression. Your child may not understand what you are going through, so before the situation festers, think of positive ways to talk to your child about your depression.

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Five Known Ways To Manage Your Depression

How often do you feel pain and been suffering in silence? Keeping everything bottled in, afraid no one will understand, nor bother to listen. How often do you feel pain?  Your thoughts getting so dark, you're just ready to end it all. How often do you feel pain?  While it may be easier, there's definitely a better way. Ready to stop letting depression ruin your life?

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How Being an Introvert Affects Your Depression

Are you a introvert and suffering from depression? Everyday single mom introverts like yourself are struggling with depression. Never minding the solitude, but also suffering from the loneliness. I know how crucial it is to need regular doses of solitude at least every day. Believe me; I'm the same way. Alone time is essential! On the flip side, I am also all about self-love, mindset and growth development.

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What To Do When Your Bad Days Outweigh The Good

How long have you been struggling with depression and have had your bad days outweigh the good? Recognition of depression in yourself is the hardest part, then accepting there is a problem. For me, it was understanding what depression actually is, then learning what was needed for me.  Here are some tips for when your bad days keep outweighing the good.

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What Single Moms Should Know About Depression

What single moms should know about depression is that 10 to 20 percent of moms will experience postpartum depression which can interfere with daily life. Due to the lack financial help, proper social and emotional connections, depression can worsen for single mothers pretty quickly. While it is possible for both single moms and dads to succumb to depression, it tends to be a lot worse for mothers. 

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