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  1. The Mindful Way through Depression: Freeing Yourself fromChronic Unhappiness by Mark Williams, John Teasdale, et all 2007-06-02
  2. The Depression Cure: The 6-Step Program to Beat Depression without Drugs by Stephen S. Ilardi PhD, 2010-06-01
  3. Undoing Depression: What Therapy Doesn't Teach You and Medication Can't Give You by Richard O'Connor, 2010-01-07
  4. Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Cure by David Martyn Lloyd-Jones, 1965-07
  5. The Great Depression: A Diary by Benjamin Roth, 2009-10-13
  6. The Return of the Great Depression by Vox Day, 2009-10-29
  7. Overcoming Depression One Step at a Time: The New Behavioral Activation Approach to Getting Your Life Back (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) by Michael E., Ph.D. Addis, Christopher R. Martell, 2004-09-15
  8. The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Depression: A Step-by-step Program (Workbook) by William J. Knaus, 2006-11
  9. The Ultimate Depression Survival Guide: Protect Your Savings, Boost Your Income, and Grow Wealthy Even in the Worst of Times by Martin D. Weiss, 2010-06-08
  10. The Great Depression Ahead: How to Prosper in the Debt Crisis of 2010 - 2012 by Harry S. Dent, 2009-12-29
  11. The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Depression: Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression & Create a Life Worth Living (New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook) by Kirk D. Strosahl, Patricia J. Robinson, 2008-06
  12. Depression-Free, Naturally: 7 Weeks to Eliminating Anxiety, Despair, Fatigue, and Anger from Your Life by Joan Mathews Larson, 2001-01-02
  13. Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression, 2nd Edition, Completely Revised and Updated by Joseph J. Luciani, 2006-12-01
  14. Collector s Encyclopedia of Depression Glass,19th Edition (Collector's Encyclopedia of Depression Glass) by Gene Florence, Cathy Florence, 2009-08-11

1. Dr. Ivan's Depression Central
A clearing house for information on all types of mood disorders and their most effective treatments, compiled by psychopharmacologist Ivan Goldberg.

2. Depression Screening Test
Answer a few simple questions to determine if you are experiencing depressive symptoms. Provides a referral list and information on depression.
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Online Depression Screening Test FOR MORE THAN TWO WEEKS: 1. Do you feel sad, blue, unhappy or "down in the dumps"?
A. Never
B. Rarely
C. Sometimes
D. Very Often
E. Most of the time
2. Do you feel tired, having little energy, unable to concentrate?
A. Never
B. Rarely
C. Sometimes
D. Very Often
E. Most of the time
3. Do you feel uneasy, restless or irritable?
A. Never
B. Rarely
C. Sometimes
D. Very Often
E. Most of the time
4. Do you have trouble sleeping or eating (too little or too much)?
A. Never
B. Rarely
C. Sometimes
D. Very Often
E. Most of the time
5. Do you feel that you are not enjoying the activities that you used to?

3. Depression In Teenagers
Discusses the symptoms of depression, and how to get help.

4. Depression Alliance Web Site With Information About Depression Symptoms, Treatme
Information about the symptoms and treatment of depression from depressionAlliance, a UK charity for people with clinical depression and anxiety.
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Recent news reports about the antidepressant Seroxat has raised concern for the many people who take the antidepressant. Please click here to go to our news page and learn more.
Emergency Appeal Depression Alliance is at a turning point - without immediate funding the organisation will have to reduce the level of service it currently provides with the inevitable result of fewer people affected by depression being supported. Depression is one of the most common conditions in the UK, affecting one in five people at some stage in their life. It is also one of the most misunderstood. The World Health Organisation estimates that by 2020 depression will be the biggest global health concern after chronic heart disease. Every year Depression Alliance responds to tens of thousands of requests for help and information. Services are designed to meet a huge variety of needs, from booklets, to online information, self-help groups and a pen-friend scheme. Your support, however large or small, will enable these vital services to continue.

5. Documenting America
Library of Congress records of the Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection, showing rural life and the negative impact of the Great depression.
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Over 160,000 photographs currently available Color Photos
1600 total photographs Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress The images in the Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Collection are among the most famous documentary photographs ever produced. Created by a group of U.S. government photographers, the images show Americans in every part of the nation. In the early years, the project emphasized rural life and the negative impact of the Great Depression, farm mechanization, and the Dust Bowl. In later years, the photographers turned their attention to the mobilization effort for World War II. The core of the collection consists of about 164,000 black-and-white photographs. This release provides access to over 160,000 of these images ; future additions will expand the black-and-white offering. The FSA-OWI photographers also produced about 1600 color photographs during the latter days of the project. The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning. The Library of Congress presents these documents as part of the record of the past. These primary historical documents reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. The Library of Congress does not endorse the views expressed in these collections, which may contain materials offensive to some readers.

6. The World Depression
Academic article on the cause and effect of the Great depression worldwide.
The Great Depression
It was appropriate that the terrible economic slump of the 1930s started in the United States, to which Europe seemed to have surrendered economic leadership during the Great War and on which she had been dependent ever since.
Stock Market Crash
The stock market crash that began on a black Friday in October 1929 and deepened in the ensuing months had immediate repercussion in Europe. Indeed, even before this, the superheated boom in stock prices that marked the bull market of 1928 siphoned money from Europe. The pricking of the bubble sent shock waves throughout the world.
Large exports of American capital had helped sustain Europe, besides providing an outlet for American surpluses of capital, during the 1920s. Investment in European bonds now contracted sharply and swiftly, as banks that were "caught short" with too many of their assets invested in securities desperately tried to raise money. By June 1930, the price of securities on Wall Street was about 20 percent, on average, of what it had been prior to the crash; between 1929 and 1932 the Dow-Jones average of industrial stock prices fell from a high of 381 to a low of 41!
The American market for European imports also dropped sharply as the entire American economy went into shock; and, to compound trouble, congress insisted on passing a high tariff law in 1930, against the advice of almost all economists. Effective operation of the international economy required that the United States import goods to allow foreign governments to pay for American loans. Moreover, the raising of tariffs set off a chain reaction as every government tried to protect itself against an adverse trade balance leading to currency deterioration. The result was a drying up of world trade that further fueled the economic downturn. The Americans, additionally, continued to insist upon repayment of war debts, until finally in 1931 a general moratorium was declared. Well might Europeans complain of American blindness, but these events only exposed Europe's vulnerability.

7. Welcome To
Facts about depression, including how to manage it and how to live with thismedical condition.
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Depression is not something you can just "snap out of." It's caused by an imbalance of brain chemicals, along with other factors. Like any serious medical condition, depression needs to be treated. This site offers information designed to help you get the facts and learn how to manage depression, clinically known as major depressive disorder. The first step in fighting depression is to understand what it is, how it affects you, and what causes it. Learn More Learn about medication and psychotherapy, or "talk therapy", the standard treatments for depression. Learn More While you do have to be patient, there are still some steps you can take now to help yourself feel better. Learn More HOME Understanding Depression Treating Depression ... Feedback
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8. Online Depression Screening Test
Answer a few simple questions to determine if you are experiencing depressive symptoms. Provides a referral list and information on depression.

9. NIMH: Depression
depression can also affect the physical health in men differently from women.A new study shows that, although depression is associated with an increased
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A detailed booklet that describes symptoms, causes, and treatments, with information on getting help and coping. Date: 2000 What do you want to do?

In any given 1-year period, 9.5 percent of the population, or about 18.8 million American adults, suffer from a depressive illness The economic cost for this disorder is high, but the cost in human suffering cannot be estimated. Depressive illnesses often interfere with normal functioning and cause pain and suffering not only to those who have a disorder, but also to those who care about them. Serious depression can destroy family life as well as the life of the ill person. But much of this suffering is unnecessary. Most people with a depressive illness do not seek treatment, although the great majority—even those whose depression is extremely severe—can be helped. Thanks to years of fruitful research, there are now medications and psychosocial therapies such as cognitive/behavioral, "talk" or interpersonal that ease the pain of depression.

10. Postpartum Depression: Overview
Information regarding assessment of risk, causes and treatment options.
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Postpartum Depression: Overview
Postpartum depression and the more severe postpartum psychosis are of major concern today, especially to new mothers or soon-to-be moms. Postpartum depression is also known as postnatal depression , or simply as the acronym PPD What Are the "Baby Blues"?
Feeding, diapering and taking care of a new baby can be overwhelming. Forty to 85 percent of women experience intense highs and lows as they adjust to life with a new baby. Feeling anxious and crying for reasons she can't explain are actually normal behaviors for the mother of a new baby. With feedings every few hours, the mother of a new baby is likely to feel tired and have trouble falling asleep after a deep sleep has been interrupted. She may have trouble concentrating and probably feels irritable. Sudden weight gain and weight loss are both normal, as are fluctuations in appetite. These are symptoms of the "baby blues." According to most research, these symptoms may last several weeks, often peaking during the first week following delivery. They usually go away by themselves. If feelings of sadness persist more than a few weeks, a woman may be suffering from postpartum depression. How can you tell the difference?

11. Welcome To
Facts about depression, including how to manage it and how to live with this medical condition.

12. NIMH: Depression
depression is a serious medical illness; it’s not something that you have madeup in your depression Research at the National Institute of Mental Health
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What is Depression?
Depression is a serious medical illness; it’s not something that you have made up in your head. It’s more than just feeling "down in the dumps" or "blue" for a few days. It’s feeling "down" and "low" and "hopeless" for weeks at a time. more>>
  • Persistent sad, anxious, or "empty" mood Feelings of hopelessness, pessimism Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, helplessness Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and activities that were once enjoyed more>>
A variety of treatments including medications and short-term psychotherapies have proven effective for depression. more>>
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Locate mental health services in your area, affordable healthcare, NIMH clinical trials, and listings of professionals and organizations. more>>
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15. What Is Depression?
What is depression? Antidepressant Medication. Causes Symptoms of depression FAQs re Antidepressant Medication

16. Post-partum Depression
Authoritative information abut the etiology, symptoms and treatment of postpartumdepression.

17. NARSAD: National Alliance For Research On Schizophrenia And Depression
NARSAD is a national, notfor-profit organization whose primary objective is toraise funds to find the causes, cures, better treatments, and prevention of
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Since 1987, NARSAD has awarded a total of $180.3 million and 2,675 grants to scientists worldwide conducting psychiatric brain disorder research. With your help, we can increase the number of grants awarded and win the battle in our fight against brain disorders. Questions? Call or e-mail Infoline at NARSAD
(800) 829-8289 or Click for information on the current NARSAD Research Newsletter NARSAD Completes 2005 Funding Cycle with 262 Grants Awarded for Mental Health Research
NARSAD, the Mental Health Research Association, recently completed its grantmaking for 2005, distributing a total of 262 research grants on the causes, cures, treatment and prevention of severe psychiatric disorders. more
Postpartum depression has received significant attention in the media recently, affecting as many as 15% of women who bear children, with well-known personalities Brooke Shields, Courtney Cox, and Mary Jo Codey publicly sharing their struggles with the condition. Many NARSAD researchers are studying various aspects of postpartum depression, in an effort to better diagnose and treat this often disabling disorder. more
Marc Caron, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center (2005 Distinguished Investigator, NARSAD Scientific Council member), led a research team that discovered a genetic variation that may predispose people to developing major depression.

18. Processus
Features an overview of services, staff, and location. Lists free talk series offered each fall and spring. Provides articles of interest in the areas of depression, marriage, children and divorce, eating disorders, parenting adolescents. Located in Minnesota.
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Counseling and Consulting Services 110 2nd Street South, Suite 301 Waite Park, MN 56387 Processus is a multidisciplinary counseling and organizational consulting center in Waite Park, MN. We began in 1980 and have grown into a diverse team of mental health professionals, a full-time administrator and several support staff. Our unusual name conveys something important about us. "Processus" implies that life is a process a journey marked by critical periods. Specialized help is sometimes necessary to pass through these periods. That's where we may come in. Our aim is to be helpful as needed and only as long as needed. We see ourselves as one of many in a sustaining network of community resources. "Processus" also suggests that we each proceed in our own way, one that carries a certain wisdom or rhythm which must be understood for the helping process to succeed. Counseling Services Career Services Business Consulting Classes/Workshops ... Forms Web site designed by Processus with the help of Barb Gengler.

19. Depression Information And Treatment
Information about depression, depression treatment, and facts about depression

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Die Initiative wird vorgestellt sowie Symptome von depressionen beschrieben. Desweiteren werden Tipps bez¼glich Angeh¶rigenhilfe und weitere Ratschl¤ge gegeben.

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