You don’t have to be diagnosed with depression for it to be your reality. Morale can help you understand depression and recognise it in others too. Our depression-related articles are below, however, always seek medical help if you need extra support or guidance.
22 March 2023
Mental health conditions affect approximately 1 in 5 people, so the likelihood is that most businesses will have employees suffering from conditions like depression, even if they aren’t aware of it. As the narrative around mental health has opened up, gone are the days when the only illnesses that justified time off were those that […]
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13 March 2023
Been feeling down and unmotivated for a while now? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Most people will experience a depressive episode or two in their lifetime, even if they don’t necessarily struggle with chronic depression. They can affect anyone, anywhere, although studies have suggested that more women than men tend to be affected. […]
6 March 2023
Postnatal depression is a widely talked about condition affecting a number of women after the birth of their baby, affecting 10-15 in every 100 women having a baby each year. Like other depression conditions, it is a gruelling and often isolating condition to deal with and often accompanied by feelings of extreme guilt for feeling […]
24 February 2023
Watching a loved one or someone you care about struggle through something is hard, no matter what it is. It’s a natural response to want to try to fix things, but when it comes to mental health conditions, knowing when or how to help can be a tricky course to navigate. In a lot of […]
10 February 2023
We’re sure that most of you are prone to feeling a little glum as the seasons change, particularly when the last scraps of summer roll around into autumn, knowing full well that a few months of cold, grey, and wet weather lies ahead. If you’re someone who loves the cold, then this could well be […]
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