Depression Links

Sometimes just making it through the day can be hard. Between work, kids, spouses, and stress a healthy person can find themselves sinking into a depression. When you also add the pain, frustration, medications, doctor visits, tests and everything else that goes along with having a chronic illness – life becomes even harder.

There are great resources on the internet – use them to educate yourself about depression – the warning signs, treatments, etc. Don’t hesitate to ask for help – if you’re feeling overwhelmed – talk to your doctor, you’re not alone and he can help.

Depression Central Mental Health Net – All About Depression and Depression Information

Wing of Madness: A Depression Guide Andrew’s Depression Page

Seattle Times – Freshman Blues: Some Will Experience Severe Depression

Have a Heart’s Depression Resource

Internet Depression Resources WalkersWeb – Information and Support for Depression and Bipolar Disorder

The Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association (DRADA) Depression – Net, Info on depression, treatments and medicines

A Guide to Understanding Depression vs. Sadness – When No One Knows Your Pain – A Place of Hope & Compassion for the Depressed Depression Information and Treatment from

Dr. Grohol’s Mental Health Page – Depression Scale Understanding Depression – Medical Sciences Bulletin University of Maryland – Good Mood: The New Psychology of Overcoming Depression Health Care Information Resources – Depression Links

Virginia Tech – Coping with Depression Depression: The Ailment of the 21st Century – Australian Health Minister

Is is Depression? A physical illness? Both? – from Mayohealth Depression Health Center at

What to do When a Friend is Depressed…for children & teens from The National Institute of Mental Health

Let’s Talk About Depression…for children & teens from The National Institute of Mental Health