Resources


​Depression

allaboutdepression.com offers some great information on depression, including free relaxation exercises.


To learn more about depression, check out what the National Institute of Mental Health has to say.


The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24/7 crisis hotline. Calls are confidential and free @ 1-800-273-8255.


Depression affects the whole family. Learn more about depression and find out how other families have overcome it at Families for Depression Awareness. Check out the family stories (under "Stories and Interviews") and the podcasts.


10 Ways to Cope With Depression Great, practical tips you can start implementing now.


Cognitive distortions. Thinking traps we fall into that exacerbate depression.



Couples

Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Got Married by Gary Chapman is a great read for couples before and during a marriage. I particularly like the chapter on personality differences.


positive-way.com has some great quizzes that will help you determine the health of your relationship. My favorites include:

 


​For couples struggling with infidelity, Marriage Builders is an amazing website for information and support. Check out their hour-long radio broadcast during which they address marital problems couples write in about.


Teens

parenttoolkit.com is a great resource for parents who want to connect on a deeper level with their teen. Find information and tips for children pre-K - high school.


Teens, need help with one or more of your classes? Khan Academy is like a free tutor. You can access free SAT prep materials and Khan can even help you with the college admissions process. 


For a teen who may be depressed, Families for Depression Awareness (see above) is a great resource. Particularly the Teens/Kids section.

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