Shine Bright Like A Diamond

Living in the 21st century is not the easiest of things to do. Despite technological development and changes in people’s looks, the pace of life has increased so much that it is sometimes very difficult to keep up with it. People have became too busy not only for each other but for themselves as well.…

3 Tips for Finding the Best Treatment Care for Your Loved One

Substance abuse is a real crisis across the globe. The journey towards overcoming addiction can be a hassle. Here are the top three tips to help you get started on the right note and to ensure that your loved one fully recovers from the potentially life-threatening habit: 1) Finding the Right Treatment Center Perhaps the…

Two in five tech workers are depressed, claims survey. Amazon workers top list

Just under two in five (39%) workers in tech firms are depressed, according to a new survey by Blind, an anonymous social network for professionals. It found that Amazon had the highest number of depressed workers closely followed by Microsoft and Intel. Least depressed, according to the survey, were Apple workers and those working for…

8 Effective Ways To Ward Off Depression

Life may be straining and cause depression to someone at some point. It’s actually very normal to experience depression, especially during hard times. Illnesses may also arise due to depression. You may need the advice of an expert on how to deal with the issue because, if left unattended, it can have a way of…

Recovering After the Birth of Your Baby

Having a baby, whether you have a vaginal birth or a caesarian, is tough on your body. You've already carried a baby for a number of months, and then you have to go through a difficult, painful and tiring experience. When it's all over, you have a tiny new life to look after, so it…

Following strangers on Instagram can depress you, says study

Following celebrities on Instagram can have negative psychological effects, as found by research published in the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. As Clapway reports, the peer-reviewed study, published in the journal's May edition, found that "there is growing evidence that following strangers on [social networks] and comparing oneself to others have important implications for well-being." It…