Posts tagged depression
“Whenever I Feel Depression Nipping At My Heels, It’s Usually Correlated With Feeling Disconnected” With Bianca L. Rodriguez And Megan Bruneau | Medium

I have a sterilized version of this story, where I say I’ve just always been fascinated with psychology and helping. I remember a clear conversation with my dad at about seven or eight years old, where I decided I would be a psychologist (after he killed my dreams of being a singer songwriter, artist, and journalist, respectively *sigh*). This version is not untrue, but like most therapists the full story is that my curiosity about the human condition grew out of personal experience with pain.

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The Next Time Someone Is Sad Around You, Do This Instead | SHFT

You know how you always forget you’re so thankful there isn’t a screaming child on your plane, until there’s a screaming child right in front of you on your plane? This happened to me last week.

And, as desperate passengers shook their keys and made faces in a futile attempt to silence the human alarm, and couples everywhere rethought their plans to conceive, it got me thinking:

We need to be more comfortable with people being sad around us.

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Megan On Disordered Eating, Tools For Recovery, & How It All Comes Back To Shame And Perfectionism (Interview With Sarah Anne Stewart)

My dear, wise friend Sarah Anne Stewart interviewed me on shame & perfectionism and how it relates to body image & disordered eating, anxiety and depression. If you’re interested in my story and my advice for coping (especially this time of year!), tune in (quality is better than thumbnail suggests ?)! WATCH HERE

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Depression, Loneliness, and Risk (Alexa Silvaggio Interviews Megan About Allllllll The Important Things) | Podcast: Alexa Silvaggio of the Let's Get Information Podcast

Oh my goodness oh my goodness, Megan and I went IN on this episode.  Megan Bruneau is a remarkable human who truly is the fountain of truth.  She can’t help it.  We talk about overcoming the feelings of intense loneliness, uprooting ones life to follow dreams, body image, creating a life that has meaning, and SO. MUCH. MORE.  This is a powerful episode, you don’t want to miss it, so without further ado, let’s relax, sit back, and get INformation. LISTEN NOW

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A therapist’s guide to staying productive when you’re depressed or heartbroken | Quartz

“We entrepreneurs can’t afford to date,” I half-joked to a friend the other day. “We can’t take sick days when we get our hearts smashed.”

I’m a therapist who helps people learn to be resilient in the face of life’s uncertainties. But even I catch myself feeling anxious about how to stay motivated when I’m feeling down—especially in the shit-show that is dating in New York

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12 Lifestyle Factors That Make You Feel Depressed | MindBodyGreen

Many clients come to me believing there is “something wrong” with them. They believe they’re fundamentally flawed, or they're making a last-ditch attempt at life, often with plans to end theirs if things don’t improve. However, more often than not, the root of their depression is not a biochemical imbalance or a life-sentence. Rather, it’s a result of one or more of the following lifestyle factors.

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