depression

According to frisky.com, almost 1 in 2 people in the United States will suffer from depression or some mental health condition at some point in their lives and 1 and 17 Americans suffer from mental illness right now. I’m not sure how accurate these statistics are but if you look closely, we can all relate […]

Life hasn’t always been a barrel of laughs for Wayne Brady, who has recently decided to share his experience of living with depression. Wayne has…

It’s easy to feel like a failure when things in your life aren’t going quite right. We all go through it. Like Mama used to say, “Keep living and eventually, you’ll hit a wall.” But part of getting past the low points is to find the smallest positive in the negative. Positive things are all […]

(HOUSTON) – You might recognize the voice of Kevin Kline from the Q Morning Zoo on the new 93Q. He’s one of the upbeat DJs…

So many women are superwomen, juggling countless tasks, acting as the family’s all-around go-to person, and making sure that everybody stays as happy and healthy…

Have you found yourself spending more lone time lately? If so, you may want to invite a friend out to coffee or a movie or…

Dr. Jennifer Caudle is a board-certified family physician who is also an associate professor at Rowan University in New Jersey. Caudle is a well-known medical…

Listen to Senator Hughes interview with Roland Martin above. Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent Hughes is known by Philadelphians as a hands-on legislator with an active…

Dr. Kara Young says that your mind can impact your heart. African-Americans suffering from depression are at increased risk of heart problems. Unfortunately, African-Americans often…

Before we get to the video, depression is a serious mental illness and anyone that feels any symptoms of depression should seek medical help.  Here is some information about depression below from NAMI.org: Major depression is a mood state that goes well beyond temporarily feeling sad or blue. It is a serious medical illness that […]

1. “I believe in you.” 2. “I am here if you need to talk.” I also like for my wife to tell me that she is praying for me. Click here for More and feel free to add.

Would you ever say I’ve got lupus or I’ve got diabetes without knowing if you really had the diseases?  Probably not but most us frequently…