Depression and Isolation

Depression is everywhere. Most people feel powerless, isolated, and disconnected from other people and the world around them. The more depressed we get, the more separate we feel, and the less likely we are to look for a solution. Seriously depressed people live their lives as if they are waiting to die.

The discovery of new medications for depression has led to an unquestioned reliance on these drugs. At the DiMele Center for Psychotherapy of New York, we have developed a way of dealing with depression that yields immediate, positive results, without dependency on medication.

Learn more about depression by listening to the following eposides from "The Positive Mind" radio show with Armand DiMele:

A New Approach to Helping Depressed People

An Atlas of Depression with Andrew Solomon

How Parental Depression Affects Offspring

Depression as Survival

Narcissism, Depression and Grandiosity

Loving a Depressed Man

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"Always there remain portions of the heart into which no one is able to enter, invite them as we may"

-Mary Dixon Thayer


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