Parents of preemies suffer from depression, say researchers

Parents of preemies suffer from depression, say researchers

When a child is born, an enduring bond is formed between parents and the newly born child. Though a mother tends to develop an attachment with the baby from the time when it is in the womb, the bond becomes stronger once the baby is born. Every mother goes an extra mile to ensure proper diet and well-being of the child. This may include cutting down on social life, complete abstinence from drinking and smoking, and giving unflinching attention to the child.

But what if the child is born premature and is separated from its mother and put into an intimidating […] Read more

Cognitive behavioral skills can help depressed people find employment: Study

Cognitive behavioral skills can help depressed people find employment: Study

For some people, it can be difficult to break the curse of unemployment or land into a profession of their choice. Prolonged job hunts instill feelings of fear while invoking emotions of depression. Negative feelings about one’s own future due to anxiety of being jobless can affect the way one processes emotions.

For such individuals, researchers recommend learning a set of skills, commonly imparted during cognitive therapy sessions for managing depression, which can help them land a job. In a study published online in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in March 2016, scientists revealed the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy, which […] Read more